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Solaris Trusted Extensions Label Administration
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Classifications and Compartments

The sample file has the following four classifications:

  • PUBLIC

  • INTERNAL_USE_ONLY

  • NEED_TO_KNOW

  • REGISTERED

In this model, PUBLIC is the sensitivity label for communications across the Internet. INTERNAL_USE_ONLY is the sensitivity label for communications within the company.

The sample file defines compartments to appear only in labels that have the NEED_TO_KNOW classification. The sample file also specifies that the default word Comps is changed to the word Departments in label-builder GUIs.

NEED_TO_KNOW compartments are:

  • ALL_DEPARTMENTS

    The ALL_DEPARTMENTS compartment word gets turned on when all defined compartment bits are on and works as a toggle in a label builder.

  • EXECUTIVE_MGT_GROUP

  • SALES

  • FINANCE

  • LEGAL

  • MARKETING

  • HUMAN_RESOURCES

  • ENGINEERING

  • MANUFACTURING

  • SYSTEM_ADMINISTRATION

  • PROJECT_TEAM

    PROJECT_TEAM is hierarchically below both ENGINEERING and MARKETING. The hierarchy enables a user who is working at NEED_TO_KNOW ENGINEERING or at NEED_TO_KNOW MARKETING to read files with the NEED_TO_KNOW PROJECT_TEAM label. The user cannot write to files that have that label.

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