SELinux deep dive

At the start of my Linux adventure, I’ve read a lot about installing software xyz and then of course tried it myself. What I thought was odd, was that so many guides advocate to disable SELinux. I didn’t even understand what SELinux was at the time, but I did know it was a security mechanism….

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Linux random security related stuff

Security. A couple of points I came across in the last couple of weeks. Some random ramblings really, how to make your Linux server (I myself am running CentOS 7.4 server) a bit more secure. There are way more elaborate posts on this blog, but every little bit counts. Since this year I have a…

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Zimbra – Enable SELinux

First of all, from my TO DO list, is the thing that bugged me the most: SELinux and Zimbra. I’m sticking with Zimbra for now, so it better be secure. In the past I’ve complained a couple of times that to be able to run Zimbra on a CentOS box, you have to disable SELinux….

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Zimbra without Exchange functionality

I’ve decided a while ago to try and install Zimbra for my cloudpro.zone email. After installing it with only a few loose ends, I decided to use it permanently. I moved thousands of emails to my new installation and then tried to tie up some of these loose ends. When this didn’t work I quickly…

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