Secure your containers with SELinux

Posted by bob on Nov 21, 2020 9:04 PM EDT; By Mike Calizo
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When things aren't working correctly in your Linux environment, the easiest thing to do is disable Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux). Things suddenly begin to work, and you forget about it—but this is a common pitfall that means you've lost a very powerful security tool.

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