Improved security without sacrificing performance, thanks to integrated support for SELinux
and OverlayFS, as well as full support for the overlay2 storage graph driver.
reportedly emerged from research by the National Security Agency and implements classic strong-security measures such as role-based access controls, mandatory access controls, and fine-grained transitions and privilege escalation following the principle of least privilege.
In terms of security, SELinux
implementation increases protection of data stored against vulnerabilities and malware attacks.
does not change any existing security in the Linux environment; instead, SELinux
extends the security model to include Mandatory Access Control (e.
The Linux Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) implementation with combination of SELinux
technology brings military grade security into the virtualiszation technology space and can help with hardening the system against bugs in the hypervisor that might be used as an attack vector aimed towards the host or another virtualised guest.
by example; understanding security enhanced Linux.
The Nucleus real-time operating system (RTOS) with advanced power management and optional IEC 61508 safety certification and Wurldtech Achilles communications certification, The Mentor Embedded Linux platform with integrated industrial protocols, SELinux
mandatory access control support, and Sourcery CodeBench Professional toolsuite, Type-1 hypervisor technology for partitioning and separation, Advanced Sourcery Analyzer tool for advanced debug and system characterization, Qt graphics optimized for embedded automation controller user interface (UI) applications, Customized open source toolchains to optimize hardware components, code footprint, and application performance.
Android Runtime is the default engine for apps to boost performance while SELinux
security implementation increases protection against vulnerabilities and malware attacks.
Increased security ships as a virtual appliance based on SELinux
, along with integration supporting federated single sign-on through Red Hat Identity Management.
source project and leverages Red Hat Enterprise Linux and the SELinux
Get theoretical knowledge and practical experience of SELinux
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This certification highlights the combined power of SELinux
and KVM and we expect it to pave the way for broader adoption of private cloud computing infrastructure in government agencies," said Paul Smith, general manager and vice president, public sector operations, Red Hat.