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On 04/28/2010 10:25 AM, Karl MacMillan wrote:
I understand, although I don't agree with penalizying because you match
on an attribute, Currently if I wrote this interface the way I want,
with just the attribute your algorithm would not find it at all.
files_read_etc_files to me means match all config files in the /etc
directory, just because some random application decides to change the
context of /etc/hostname to etc_runtime_t or net_conf_t, we should not
need to change all domains that are supposed to read generic files in
/etc. Especially when I don't even need to read them.
I would argue that
allow X etc_t:file read;
allow X configfile:file read;
Should be weighted equivalently if etc_t is a configfile or only
slightly heavier, and just because etc_runtime_t or some other random
types are configfile does not mean we need to add weight.
But when the attribute adds more weight then "write" does, I think the
algorithm is broken.
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