selinux

In my previous on article on Docker Security, I wrote that containers do not contain. In this second part, I cover the security features that have been added to Docker to attempt to control processes within a container.
1 comment Posted 3 Sep 2014 by Daniel J Walsh (Red Hat) Feed
This article is based on a talk I gave at DockerCon this year. It will discuss Docker container security, where we are currently, and where we are headed. This is part of a series on Docker security, read part two.
4 comments Posted 22 Jul 2014 by Daniel J Walsh (Red Hat) Feed
Guides and tutorials from Opensource.com
This year at Opensource.com, we challenged our contributors to give us the best and most useful guides, how-tos, and tutorials they could produce from their experiences and work in various open source industries and sectors. In this Best of Opensource.com, our top guides and tutorials this year... Read more
0 comments Posted 18 Dec 2013 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
SELinux policy guide
We are celebrating the SELinux 10th year anversary this year. Hard to believe it. SELinux was first introduced in Fedora Core 3 and later in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4. For those who have never used SELinux, or would like an explanation...
27 comments Posted 13 Nov 2013 by Daniel J Walsh (Red Hat) Feed
open education
Running students' submitted programs is a security challenge for any university Computer Science department. When Harvard University contacted me about some work they are doing with the "sandbox" tool on Fedora 17, we decided it would be a great opportunity to see how they could get more out of it... Read more
3 comments Posted 3 Aug 2012 by Daniel J Walsh (Red Hat) Feed
pssst! open source in use here
It is difficult to imagine the Federal government moving in one well-coordinated direction on any matter, and so it has been with the adoption of open source software. Some agencies were early adopters, especially the academic and research communities. As it did in universities, open source... Read more
2 comments Posted 2 May 2012 by Gunnar Hellekson (Red Hat) Feed
I want YOU to open source
I recently went to the MIL-OSS ("military open source software") 2011 Working Group (WG) / Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Topics included the open prosthetics project, releasing government-funded software as OSS, replacing MATLAB with Python, the "Open Technology Dossier Protocol" (OTDP),... Read more
2 comments Posted 8 Sep 2011 by David A. Wheeler Feed
I was really pleased to read the announcement that Lockheed Martin’s social networking platform, EurekaStreams, was released as an open source project today. Lockheed is a very conservative company, and while they’re happy to use open source internally and on projects for their customers, this is... Read more
9 comments Posted 28 Jul 2010 by Gunnar Hellekson (Red Hat) Feed