I am following this (basic) security guide to change my Server's SSH port to something else. It says: $ semanage port -a -t ssh_port_t -p tcp 2345 #Change me ...which would add a new label on top ...
I am installing an application on Fedora Core 14 that uses a lot of sockets (eight of them) for TCP communication between various servers, all running on the same localhost. I've been trying to find ...
Is there a way in SELinux to force linux to allow a program to be able to bind to a port number lower than 1024.