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accepted How to limit access to the private ssh key using SELinux policies?
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comment How to limit access to the private ssh key using SELinux policies?
Your second link gives actual commands. That's an accepted answer.
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comment How to limit access to the private ssh key using SELinux policies?
@lain: user may access the key be means of some programs. I want to limit the list of this programs.
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comment How to limit access to the private ssh key using SELinux policies?
@lain: I want only certain programs to be able to "see" it. Bash or less is not one of them.
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comment How to limit access to the private ssh key using SELinux policies?
@lain: I want to know, how to solve the problem of unsecured access to ssh private keys, using SELinux. There is a theoretical situation, like I described in Update #1, when a passphrase may be weak, and "would surely stop you from accessing the key too" - is not a problem for me. If I'm not clear - let's chat a little bit.
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Update due to comments.
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comment How to limit access to the private ssh key using SELinux policies?
@MichaelHampton I'm not going to work with malware - please, read the first comment to the lain's answer.
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comment How to limit access to the private ssh key using SELinux policies?
Let's assume, that I want to solve enterprise problem with newbie Fedora users - without USB tokens, etc. It will be ok, if only root will have access to private keys, and ssh client programs. There is no need for the actual human user to see private key.
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