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9.2. Other Resources

The National Security Agency (NSA)
From the NSA Contributors to SELinux page:
Researchers in NSA's National Information Assurance Research Laboratory (NIARL) designed and implemented flexible mandatory access controls in the major subsystems of the Linux kernel and implemented the new operating system components provided by the Flask architecture, namely the security server and the access vector cache. The NSA researchers reworked the LSM-based SELinux for inclusion in Linux 2.6. NSA has also led the development of similar controls for the X Window System (XACE/XSELinux) and for Xen (XSM/Flask).
Tresys Technology
Tresys Technology are the upstream for:
SELinux News
SELinux Project Wiki
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
The UnOfficial SELinux FAQ
On Freenode:
  • #selinux
  • #fedora-selinux
  • #security

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