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Old 27th June 2006, 02:38
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Default SE linux problem when security context is modified

Hi,

I am using AS4 U3, with SE linux enabled. I have a query regarding
security context.

If there is a file called "A" with security context " root sys
system_ubject_r:bin_t" is modified to default security context "root
sys rootbject_r:bin_t ", what will be the effect on this?

File A is "Bourne shell script text executable" file, then whether there
will be any problem to any user, who is using the file?

or there will be any security issues because of this modification?

Please let me know, the behaviour of this scenario.


Thanks and Regards,
Raj
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