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rsbac-common-1.2.8.tar.bz2
Posted Aug 30, 2006
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: Change the i386 syscalls to the standard syscall3. New rsbac_printk / rsbac_syslog code from 1.3-pre as fix for logging related lockups on SMP systems. Changed RC and ACL default rights to UM GROUPs to include READ instead of GET_STATUS_DATA.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | f07465403dc074bc878d7f57275480a6

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Rule Set Based Access Control
Posted May 15, 2009
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions. This version is for the 2.6 kernel. This release is for Linux kernel 2.6.29.2. A significant speedup and even better SMP scalability are expected from the new RCU based list locking. The most important changes since 1.3.5 are the addition of VUM (Virtual User Management) support, OTP support for UM, support of ANY for NETLINK control, checking of CLOSE requests in RC, the addition of SCD target videomem and kernel attribute pagenr, ext4 secure delete support, and many small bugfixes too. Generic lists were changed to use RCU instead of rw spinlocks.

tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | 731cfaee70c087bb02c37a28392d31d5
RSBAC 1.4.0 For The 2.6 Kernel
Posted Jan 16, 2009
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions. This version is for the 2.6 kernel. Added VUM (Virtual User Management) support. OTP support for UM. Converted the common code to 2.6 only.

tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | 3393d3b3e96a742307732997deb29b78
RSBAC 1.4.0 For The 2.4 Kernel
Posted Jan 16, 2009
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions. This version is for the 2.4 kernel.

Changes: Added VUM (Virtual User Management) support. OTP support for UM. Increase string lengths in user and group items significantly. Add RSBAC memory slab 384 for new user item sizes.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | 23ed35d5b7b4767b8f2df93c6d036933
rsbac-common-1.3.7.tar.bz2
Posted Feb 20, 2008
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: Fixed secure_delete hanging on ext3, various other additions, improvements, and fixes.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | 4da0f85d10ac8b598838a843a322e187
rsbac-common-1.3.5.tar.bz2
Posted Jul 20, 2007
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: Fixed compilation issue, various other tweaks.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | c5cc66633c3de30d334929309ef707f6
rsbac-common-1.3.4.tar.bz2
Posted Jun 7, 2007
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: See changelog.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | d87034b927b71203437cbdcb776a9df9
rsbac-common-1.3.3.tar.bz2
Posted May 15, 2007
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: Various updates and code fixes.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | 82af3502ef2eab1bc4b40a86505deced
rsbac-common-1.3.1.tar.bz2
Posted Jan 14, 2007
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: Various updates and code fixes.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | a7989821227c60210fd9321f45afc01d
rsbac-common-1.3.0.tar.bz2
Posted Oct 18, 2006
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: Various updates and code fixes.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | 045b8ce1b4db9cbd87535a3949f56b8d
rsbac-common-1.2.7.tar.bz2
Posted Jun 12, 2006
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: Fixed spacing in debian changelog.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | bbf8a760689c2ff98904fa8eca7cbef3
rsbac-admin-1.2.5.tar.bz2
Posted Sep 27, 2005
Site rsbac.org

Admin tools for the Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) system. Includes log viewers, special patches, nss and pam related functionality, and more.

tags | add administrator
systems | linux
MD5 | 12560426f1724b5b140e661547356260
rsbac-common-1.2.5.tar.bz2
Posted Sep 27, 2005
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: Huge amount of bug fixes.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | cb643700dafea41bbd7c2a2e3a1b0df3
rsbac-v1.2.4.tar.bz2
Posted Feb 28, 2005
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: Fully access controlled kernel level user and group management, transaction support for administration.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | f6227bed8d1328c39a78a6d09f2f7602
rsbac-v1.2.3.tar.gz
Posted Jul 1, 2004
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: Ported to Linux kernel 2.6.0-test with LSM, various new features and enhancements.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | 4b5d6f6ff477af8b9da5ba043b1c262e
rsbac-v1.1.0.tar.gz
Posted Dec 12, 2000
Site rsbac.org

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is an open source security extension for current Linux kernels. It is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) and provides a flexible system of access control implemented with the help of a kernel patch. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions.

Changes: This version was ported to 2.4.0-test11. sys_mmap and sys_mprotect are now intercepted.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | 3708122519a8dae5376bdaef92ba95cd
rsbac-2.2.12-v1.0.9.tar.gz
Posted Oct 7, 1999

Rule Set Based Access Control (RSBAC) is based on the Generalized Framework for Access Control (GFAC) by Abrams and LaPadula and provides a flexible system of access control based on several modules. All security relevant system calls are extended by security enforcement code. This code calls the central decision component, which in turn calls all active decision modules and generates a combined decision. This decision is then enforced by the system call extensions. Decisions are based on the type of access (request type), the access target and on the values of attributes attached to the subject calling and to the target to be accessed. Additional independent attributes can be used by individual modules, e.g. the privacy module (PM). All attributes are stored in fully protected directories, one on each mounted device. Thus changes to attributes require special system calls provided. As all types of access decisions are based on general decision requests, many different security policies can be implemented as a decision module. A general goal of RSBAC has been to some day reach (obsolete) Orange Book (TCSEC) B1 level. See also patch-2.2.12.gz.

systems | unix
MD5 | b36957b9e62da9486041b6654d873455
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