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Table of Contents

  1. Document Information

  2. Preface

  3. How the Solaris Trusted Extensions Books Are Organized

  4. How This Book Is Organized

  5. Documentation, Support, and Training

  6. Typographic Conventions

  7. Shell Prompts in Command Examples

  8. Solaris Trusted Extensions APIs and Security Policy

  9. Understanding Labels

  10. Trusted Extensions APIs

  11. Trusted Extensions Security Policy

  12. Labels and Clearances

  13. Privileged Operations and Labels

  14. Label APIs

  15. Acquiring a Sensitivity Label

  16. Label Code Examples

  17. Obtaining a Process Label

  18. Obtaining a File Label

  19. Setting a File Sensitivity Label

  20. Determining the Relationship Between Two Labels

  21. Obtaining the Color Names of Labels

  22. Obtaining Printer Banner Information

  23. Printing and the Label APIs

  24. Printing Labeled Output

  25. Designing a Label-Aware Application

  26. Understanding the Multilevel Printing Service

  27. get_peer_label() Label-Aware Function

  28. Validating the Label Request Against the Printer's Label Range

  29. Interprocess Communications

  30. Multilevel Port Information

  31. Communication Endpoints

  32. Trusted X Window System

  33. Trusted X Window System Environment

  34. Trusted X Window System Security Attributes

  35. Trusted X Window System Security Policy

  36. Privileged Operations and the Trusted X Window System

  37. Trusted Extensions X Window System APIs

  38. Using Trusted X Window System Interfaces

  39. Label Builder APIs

  40. APIs for Label Builder GUIs

  41. Creating an Interactive User Interface

  42. Online Help for Label Builder

  43. Trusted Web Guard Prototype

  44. Administrative Web Guard Prototype

  45. Accessing Lower-Level Untrusted Servers

  46. Experimental Java Bindings for the Solaris Trusted Extensions Label APIs

  47. Java Bindings Overview

  48. Structure of the Experimental Java Label Interfaces

  49. Java Bindings

  50. Programmer's Reference

  51. Header File Locations

  52. Abbreviations Used in Interface Names and Data Structure Names

  53. Developing, Testing, and Debugging an Application

  54. Releasing an Application

  55. Solaris Trusted Extensions API Reference

  56. Process Security Attribute Flags APIs

  57. Label APIs

  58. Label-Clipping APIs

  59. RPC APIs

  60. Label Builder APIs

  61. Trusted X Window System APIs

  62. Solaris Library Routines and System Calls That Use Trusted Extensions Parameters

  63. System Calls and Library Routines in Trusted Extensions

  64. Index

  65. Index

  66. Index

  67. Index

  68. Index

  69. Index

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