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SubjectRe: [RFC] [PATCH] [0/6] LSM Stacking
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On Thu, 04 Nov 2004 17:04:31 CST, Serge Hallyn said:
> The following set of patches add support required to stack most
> LSMs. The most important patch is the first, which provides a
> method for more than one LSM to annotate information to kernel
> objects. LSM's known to use the LSM fields include selinux, bsdjail,
> seclvl, and digsig. Without this patch (or something like it),
> none of these modules can be used together.

After fixing some blecherous line-wrap issues, the patches applied
OK to a 2.6.10-rc1-mm2-RT-V0.7.11 tree (a few offsets here and there,
no rejects).

I'm currently running with 3 LSM's stacked (SELinux, capabilities, and
a local LSM that provides OpenWall functionality), and all seems to be
working *mostly* OK. I'll post the LSM as soon as I refactor a few
patches.

One issue: I'm seeing this from /usr/sbin/sendmail:

% /usr/sbin/sendmail
drop_privileges: setuid(0) succeeded (when it should not)

I've not tracked down what's causing this indigestion yet (I suspect some
bad interaction with capabilities - that's what caused that message to be
added to Sendmail in the first place).
[unhandled content-type:application/pgp-signature]
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