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Subject[ANNOUNCE] 2.5.35-lsm1
The Linux Security Modules project provides a lightweight, general
purpose framework for access control. The LSM interface enables
security policies to be developed as loadable kernel modules.
See for more information.

2.5.35-lsm1 patch released. This is a rebase up to 2.5.35 as well as
numerous module updates and bugfixes.

Full lsm-2.5 patch (LSM + all modules) is available at:

The whole ChangeLog for this release is at:

The LSM 2.5 BK tree can be pulled from:

- merge with 2.5.31-35 (me)
- fix dnotify_struct leak (John Levon)
- added hooks for labelling during TCP passive open (Wayne Salamon)
- LIDS: update file open permission; compile fixes. (Huagang Xie)
- SELinux: ipc_permission fix (Stephen Smalley)
- SELinux: selopt fixes (Wayne Salamon)
- SELinux: sysctl updates (Stephen Smalley)
- update TCP passive open hook (Wayne Salamon)
- SELinux: rework sock security field usage (Wayne Salamon)
- SELinux: __FUNCTION__ fixes (Stephen Smalley)
- SELinux: bug fixes (audit and constaint evaluation) (Stephen Smalley)
- LIDS: __FUNCTION__ fixes (me)
- DTE: update to proper tasklist locking and iterators (me)
- LIDS: use new tasklist iterators (me)

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