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SELinux with omarine policy: An in-depth look at the security policy - secure program with its own domain: Part 2

SELinux with omarine policy: An in-depth look at the security policy - secure program with its own domain: Part 1

A program running in its own domain is secure because we can design so that only it can access itsdata and no user can run the program (even root) except for those use is allowed by policy. The security policy is very strong and no application can interfere because it is controlled directly from the kernel security server.

Configuring FTP server behind a NAT

We often access the Internet without having a valid IP address (expensive and not needed for the clients) but through a “proxy”. It can be an IP Masq, Proxy server or NAT (Network Address Translation) that has public IP addresses (valid) visible on the Internet. They are similar in the sense that they represent clients, perform IP address translation into their own address, and fake connection to the remote server as if they were making the request instead of an internal client.

Omarine Update 3.0 released!

Whenever new packages are available, Omarine Update will notify you about the update.

Omarine Update 3.2 released!

Omarine Update 3.2 improves notification, displaying dynamic information for each update instead of fixed. It parses the log file and renders up to five lines of information.