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LISA 2001 Abstract

Tools to Administer Domain and Type Enforcement

Serge Hallyn and Phil Kearns, College of William and Mary


Domain and Type Enforcement (DTE) is a mechanism that can be effective in providing extremely fine-grained mandatory access control in complex networked systems. Unfortunately, this level of control comes at a price: the configuration of a DTE policy is usually in the form of a dense ASCII file which does not lend itself to an understanding or administration of the policy itself. We describe a set of graphical tools which aid in that understanding and administration.
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