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== Overview == == Overview ==
-sVirt is a community effort aimed at integrating Mandatory Access Control (MAC) security and Linux-based virtualization (KVM, lguest et al).+sVirt is a community project which integrates Mandatory Access Control (MAC) security and Linux-based virtualization (KVM, lguest et al).
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 +sVirt was created by [http://blog.namei.org/ James Morris]
== Resources == == Resources ==
* Presentations * Presentations
-** [http://namei.org/presentations/svirt-lca-2009.pdf "sVirt: Hardening Linux Virtualization with Mandatory Access Control"] presented at [http://linux.conf.au/programme/schedule/view_talk/152?day=friday linux.conf.au 2009]+** '''[http://namei.org/presentations/svirt-lca-2009.pdf "sVirt: Hardening Linux Virtualization with Mandatory Access Control"]''' presented at [http://lca2009.linux.org.au/programme/schedule/view_talk/152?day=friday linux.conf.au 2009]
* [http://namei.org/svirt/ Code drops] * [http://namei.org/svirt/ Code drops]
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* Old stuff: * Old stuff:
-** [[SVirt/TODO|SVirt TODO]] - list of things to be done (defunct: the code has been merged and is now maintained upstream).+** [[SVirt/TODO|SVirt TODO]] - list of things to be done ''[now defunct: the code has been merged and is now maintained upstream]''.

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[edit] Overview

sVirt is a community project which integrates Mandatory Access Control (MAC) security and Linux-based virtualization (KVM, lguest et al).

sVirt was created by James Morris

[edit] Resources

  • KVM kernel-based virtual machine project.
  • lguest The Simple x86 Hypervisor.
  • Qemu generic and open source machine emulator and virtualizer (used by KVM).
  • Old stuff:
    • SVirt TODO - list of things to be done [now defunct: the code has been merged and is now maintained upstream].
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