NSA Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is an implementation of a flexible mandatory access control architecture in the Linux operating system.

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How to open port with iptables [on hold]

I wanted to open port in centos and after executing openning port commands, the iptables caontents is like below: # Generated by iptables-save v1.3.5 on Thu Nov 20 17:09:28 2014 *filter :INPUT ...
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SELinux interfering with Apache / PHP [duplicate]

On my installation of CentOS 7, SELinux is enabled by default. This is preventing Apache from properly reading PHP files in the standard /var/www/html document root (the browser is blank when ...
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Centos 7 with SElinux: openvpn and DNS

I'm trying to use openvpn as client on centos 7. It works fine, but i cannot get DNS from server. As you know, there is no resolvconf in new Centos, so, standard update-resolv-conf script doesn't ...
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Centos: rsyslog blocks sshd and also local login if selinux is active

I have a very curious problem on an centos 6.5(now 6.6) machine. After an update between june 11th and october 21th the trouble begins (packages: http://pastebin.com/gXvaycLL). After a restart in ...
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Nconf can't generate & deploy Nagios configuration (SELinux)

this is my 1st post here. I'm having trouble with getting NConf (Nagios configuration tool) work with Nagios under CentOS 6.5 (64bit) with SELinux enabled. NConf wasn't able to generate & deploy ...
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Possible to prevent access to /tmp for a specific user via SELinux?

I'm sort of learning the edges of SELinux and I'm wondering if it's possible to prevent a specific user from accessing /tmp. Clearly it's a bad idea to dork all permissions, so I'm hoping that ...
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Centos 7 and OpenVPN: how make them friends?

I'm trying to install OpenVPN server on Centos 7 and faced with next problem: [root@msk ~]# /etc/init.d/openvpn start Starting openvpn (via systemctl): [ OK ] [root@msk ~]# ...
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Varnish 4 service won't start because of selinux

I've installed varnish 4 on my new centos 6.5 box. I've activated EPEL repo to install varnish from http://repo.varnish-cache.org/redhat/varnish-4.0/ After installing and configuring my default.vcl I ...
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how should I configure selinux when running nginx inside docker

There's a good article in docker's documentation about security with docker : https://docs.docker.com/articles/security/ However, it's not very clear to me how root-priviledged processes in the ...
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Apache can't connect to remote MySQL, but mysql command line from same server can

Symptoms: I am running CentOS 6. I can connect to the remote MySQL from the command line: mysql -h a.b.c.d -u user -p -D db. Laravel artisan commands run on the local command line can also connect: ...
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auditd auid changes after su

I try to implement individual accountability for my RHEL systems using selinux and the audit.log. I followed the instructions given here: Log all commands run by admins on production servers If I ...
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Configuration for Ubuntu SELinux with sshd

I am trying to set-up SELinux in an Ubuntu Trusty server, who is an Amazon EC2 instance. I followed the Debian documentation about installing SELinux. The installation work well as seen by : ...
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SELinux: cannot confine Firefox process to mozilla_t domain

My goal is to execute Firefox in the mozilla_t domain instead of unconfined_t. The machine runs Fedora 20 with SELinux in enforcing mode. Unfortunately, I can't seem to get this right. No matter ...
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Sharing Collectd data with Apache on CentOS (SELinux)

My CentOS 7 VPS has SELinux enabled and is monitored by Collectd. It uses rrdtool to log the reported data. Pommi released a great solution that made me able to review all data on a webpage called CGP ...
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SELinux preventing Apache from writing to a file

SELinux is preventing the apache user from writing to a log file which it owns. When I do setenforce 0 it works. Otherwise it shows this error IOError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: ...
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svn: Can't open file '/var/www/svn/repo/db/txn-current-lock': Permission denied

On Fedora os, I have problem to access SVN Repo and commit via HTTP. Here is my config file /etc/httpd/conf.d/subversion.conf LoadModule dav_svn_module modules/mod_dav_svn.so LoadModule ...
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Audit says nothing to do, yet puppet won't run with SELinux enforcing

I'm determined to get my puppet master running with SELinux set to enforcing. If I make it permissive, it runs fine. I'm on RHEL 7, with systemd, apache2, passenger 4, and puppet 3. I've gone ...
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SELinux problems running Expect script from fail2ban

I have an Expect script that works fine if I run it manually, but fails when run as an action from Fail2ban. The error message is as follows: spawn /usr/bin/telnet 192.168.242.1 The system has no ...
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New Dovecot install not allowing login, giving permissions error despite saying that permissions “appear ok”

I'm installing dovecot onto a Virtualbox VM running Ubuntu Server 64-bit 14.04 guest. Dovecot itself is being installed into a Docker container (I'm not sure that that's relevant here, but am noting ...
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SELinux blocking sudo from zabbix_agentd

I have a custom user parameter for Zabbix that calls a hardware RAID CLI tool (arcconf / megacli) and checks if any arrays are degraded. Since these tools are root-only, I have configured sudoers to ...
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Unable to re-enable SELinux

Up until now we have disabled SELinux as our Standard Operating Procedure -- before you tell me off, I know. That's why we're enabling it now we've got time to. Our normal procedure was to: Set ...
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Difference between target policy 18 and 24 in SELinux

I recently started to learning SELinux and I am so new on that. So I've faced an issue and I have question, I use CentOS 6.5 and I am learning SElinux via video training. Into the video training ...
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Setting up muli-project web development server

I'm trying to set up a development server that will be used for several (web) projects by different teams (consisting of different people, some of which may be involved with more than one project). I ...
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SELinux module for a specific file rather than an entire context

I've created an SELinux module that works great for a specific context. What I would like to know is, is it possible to restrict this module to only function for specific files with that context? For ...
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SELinux for RHEL not persistant after reboot

So in the Red Hat exam they want you to use SELinux. If for example you install vsftp, then do setsebool -P ftp_home_dir=1 or setsebool -P ftp_home_dir on to allow the users on the server to access ...
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How do I fix this dovecot SELinux error in audit.log on CentOS?

I'm getting these SELinux errors in /var/log/audit/audit.log for dovecot. type=USER_AUTH msg=audit(1404794536.249:100679): user pid=28375 uid=0 auid=0 ses=2700 ...
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Why don't my domain transitions don't occur when the application binary is outside of the stardard binary directories?

I'm trying to set up a custom SELinux policy, but I'm having trouble getting the domain transitions to occur when the application binary is outside of the standard binary directories such as /bin, ...
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CentOS Selinux config enforcing but unable to start

I recently discovered selinux is disabled, but config file saying selinux enforcing mode setted. I read about possibilities about why selinux is disabled. I am suspecting on kernel. But I can't find ...
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Why does Fedora 20 still deny access to home directories after enabling SELinux httpd_read_user_content and setting files to httpd_user_content_t?

On my Fedora 20, I've learned that to allow write access to files by processes like PHP via Apache, the process owner, which is in my case apache, must have write permissions to the files. Also, since ...
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httpd (WordPress) gets avc denied write (SELinux)

I'm getting following message in my /var/log/audit/audit.log: type=AVC msg=audit(1402615093.053:68): avc: denied { write } for pid=799 comm="httpd" name="php" dev="xvda1" ino=8667365 ...
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How do I allow apache to rotate logs in user home directory with SELinux enabled?

Our development machine has multiple users, and their various sites are stored in /home/username/apache. In these folders are sub-folders like conf containing the virtual host config, logs containing ...
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How to configure SELinux to allow apache to run git

I have a CentOS 6 server and I'm trying to get the apache web server to run git pull in a directory. The php file is simply: <?php shellexec('cd /var/www/vhosts/domain;git pull'); However, ...
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Is it possible to persist selinux port statements across reboots?

Currently we need to run something like this every time we start up: /usr/sbin/semanage port -a -t memcache_port_t -p tcp ${special-snowflake-port} It would be great if we could persist this across ...
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SElinux label for php-fpm sockets

I'm attempting to set up multiple instances of php-fpm to run multiple versions of php through apache 2.2 running on centos 6.5. At some point in the future this will end up in a shared hosting ...
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Disabling network access for a group of users but allowing smtp only

We have an environment where our users ssh into the system and their shell is set to simply launch Mutt on their $HOME/Maildir. We want to restrict our users to only be able to send/receive mail. We ...
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Zabbix & SNMPTT.log file access denied

I'm having a problem with a file accesed by ZAbbix to proccess all the SNMP trap data using a file /var/log/snmptt/snmptt.log. ZAbbix_proxy.log 23323:20140430:105246.532 sleeping for 5 seconds ...
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Enable selinux to allow mysql files to be read and written on a nfs share

I have moved my /var/lib/mysql directory to an nfs share, updated all the config files and created symbolic links where appropriate. This works when I have selinux turned off, but mysqld fails to ...
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SELinux, complains constantly about rm files in /tmp/

SELinux on my server is constantly flooded by messages like this: Apr 16 00:27:05 mail setroubleshoot: SELinux is preventing the rm from using potentially mislabeled files (/tmp/.font-unix). For ...
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Why am I getting permission error from tftp server?

I'm trying to tftp an image to an ASA 5500 and I'm getting this error: TFTP failure: RX TFTP Error Packet TFTP OP Code: Error Packet Error Msg: Permission denied
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SELinux access denied error for bash scripts triggered from perl-cgi script

I have a automation framework which use Perl-CGI for running scripts at server. As we have SELinux enabled I am getting access denied errors when the script try to run a bash script. Below is the ...
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Reading home files permission: Policy constraint violation

I want to confine a certain user to be able to bind a node.js server to a certain port. That bit is working. What isn't working is allowing said user to access his own files. audit2allow is telling ...
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SELinux permissions for LogRotate and Apache

With the directory structure: /www/live/website1/app/ /www/live/website1/files/ /www/live/website1/logs/ Where Apache needs at least the following access: app: read-only access, but read-write is ...
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RHEL SELinux blocking Apache access to PostgreSQL

I'm running a Django app that uses PostgreSQL. The server is running RHEL 6.5 with SELinux. I'm having an issue where the Django app can't connect to the DB, and I think it's because SELinux is ...
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My virtual users can't Chroot()

I'm configuring a Proftp server in a Fedora 20 Linux server. All my real users are loging in perfectly but not the case with the virtual users. Virtaul users are in the SQL table and mod_sql.c is ...
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VSFTPD - 0.00Kbyte/sec - intermittent

I can't get a good connection via FTP to my DigitalOcean server. I set it up following this guide. https://www.digitalocean.com/community/articles/how-to-set-up-vsftpd-on-centos-6--2 Symptoms: ...
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SELinux preventing /etc/aliases email pipe to script from working

When somebody sends an email to my server, e.g. somestringthatisnotnecessarilyauser@myserver.com I want it to pipe to a PHP script. So in my /etc/aliases file I have: ...
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sftp gives permission denied only when chrooted?

I have configured sshd_conf on my centos box as below: Match group pilots ChrootDirectory /home/pilots ForceCommand internal-sftp X11Forwarding no AllowTcpForwarding no and the directory ...
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How to write a file from Apache CGI in a user home directory on CentOS

I made a CGI in Python and it works unless I try to write to a file in a user's home. I activated allow_httpd_anon_write and allow_http_sys_script_anon_write to true with graphical tool for ...
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Do linux security modules (LSM) run on virtual server (vServer)? [closed]

I have a vServer for 10 EUR/month from 1und1 and I know that it is not a dedicated machine (meaning I have less control). I know that I can use some the system as root, yet the kernel is untouchable. ...
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SELinux policy issue

As qemu & KVM are working fine with SELinux out of the box I'd like to enable SELinux to improve guest isolation on my CentOS 6 server. The problem is that I'm using a 3rd parity virtualization ...