SELinux is a mechanism to harden Linux systems, whether they are deeply embedded or cloud-based. While some Linux distributions come with a pre-defined SELinux policy to lock down specific components of the system, the crucial part is creating policies for your individual applications.
The goal of this training is to get to know SELinux, equipping you with the essential skills to debug SELinux specific issues and creating custom policies.
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