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SubjectRe: TOMOYO in linux-next

> > This is quite nasty. I don't think turning off enforcement in
> > interrupt is good idea. ("fails open").
> This is not "fails open". TOMOYO deals only operations which are allowed to
> sleep (e.g. opening files, making directories). This in_interrupt() check is
> for safety in case somebody who are not allowed to sleep called TOMOYO's
> function by error.

If it never happens, why not fail closed?

> > I'm not sure basing security on pids is good idea...
> PID is used for reaching a domain which that PID is in, not for access control
> decisions.

Can I get some documentation about domains etc? How will it interact
with containers?

> > Hmm, barrier is spelled otherwise, and I'm not sure I'd trust this:
> >
> > +struct tomoyo_path_info_with_data {
> > + /* Keep "head" first, for this pointer is passed to tomoyo_free(). */
> > + struct tomoyo_path_info head;
> > + char bariier1[16]; /* Safeguard for overrun. */
> >
> > I guess constants should be used here:
> Oh, typo, thanks.
> I think there is no need to use #define here, for nobody accesses
> barrier1/barrier2.

I do believe that those barriers should be deleted. You should just
avoid buffer overruns; there's no reason 16 bytes should be enough to
protect you.

> > +#ifdef TOMOYO_DEBUG_DOMAIN_UNDELETE
> > + if (domain2->is_deleted != 255)
> > + printk(KERN_DEBUG
> > + "Marked %p as non undeletable\n",
> > + domain2);
> > +#endif
> > + domain2->is_deleted = 255;
> >
> > (I don't know why we want undelete in tomoyo.)
> This "undelete domain" feature was introduced to allow administrators switch
> domain policy periodically.

255 needs a constant at the very least.

> > If it contains copyright, it should contain copyright. It probably
> > should not contain version numbers.
> TOMOYO's management tools want /sys/kernel/security/tomoyo/version .

So fix them. It is better than carrying "version" forever.

> > Can we get an interface that does not need as many strings/ as much
> > string parsing?
> A plain text interface splitted by ' ' and '\n' is cleaner than introducing
> binary interface. (TOMOYO uses \040 for ' ' and \012 for '\n'. No worry for
> ' ' and '\n' in pathnames.)

\0 terminated strings?
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