seinfo man page

seinfo ā€” SELinux policy information tool

Synopsis

seinfo [Options] [EXPRESSION] [Policy]

Description

seinfo allows the user to query the components of a SELinux policy.

Policy

apol supports loading SELinux policies in one of two formats.

source:

A single text file containing a monolithic policy source. This file is usually named policy.conf.

binary:

A single file containing a binary policy. This file is usually named by version on Linux systems, for example, policy.30. This file is usually named sepolicy on Android systems.

If no policy file is provided, seinfo will search for the policy running on the current system. If no policy can be found, seinfo will print an error message and exit.

Expressions

One or more of the following component types can be queried. If no expressions are provided, policy statistics will be printed.

-a [ATTR], --attribute [ATTR]

Print a list of type attributes or, if ATTR is provided, print the named attribute. With -x, print a list of types assigned to each displayed attribute.

-b [BOOL], --bool [BOOL]

Print a list of Booleans or, if BOOL is provided, print the named boolean. With -x, print the statement of each displayed conditional boolean.

-c [CLASS], --class [CLASS]

Print a list of object classes or, if CLASS is provided, print the named object class. With -x, print a list of permissions for each displayed object class.

-r [ROLE], --role [ROLE]

Print a list of roles or, if NAME is provided, print the named role. With -x, print the statement for each displayed role.

-t [TYPE], --type [TYPE]

Print a list of types or, if TYPE is provided, print the named type. With -x, print a list of attributes which include each displayed type.

-u [USER], --user [USER]

Print a list of users or, if USER is provided, print the named user. With -x, print a list of statement for each displayed user.

--category [CAT]

Print a list of categories or, if CAT is provided, print the named category. With -x, print a list of sensitivities with which each displayed category may be associated.

--common [COMMON]

Print a list of common permission sets or, if COMMON is provided, print the named common. With -x, print a list of permissions in the set.

--constrain [CLASS]

Print a list of constraints and MLS constraints statements or, if CLASS is provided, print all constraints for the named object class. There is no expanded information for this component.

--default [CLASS]

Print a list of default_* statements or, if CLASS is provided, print all default_* statements for the named object class. There is no expanded information for this component.

--fs_use [FS_TYPE]

Print a list of fs_use_* statements or, if FS_TYPE is provided, print the statement for the named filesystem type. There is no expanded information for this component.

--genfscon [FS_TYPE]

Print a list of genfscon statements or, if FS_TYPE is provided, print the statement for the named filesystem type. There is no expanded information for this component.

--initialsid [NAME]

Print a list of initial SIDs or, if NAME is provided, print the named initial SID. With -x, print the context assigned to each displayed SID.

--netifcon [DEVICE]

Print a list of netif contexts or, if DEVICE is provided, print the named statement for the interface. There is no expanded information for this component.

--nodecon [ADDR]

Print a list of node contexts or, if ADDR is provided, print the named statement for the node with address. There is no expanded information for this component.

--permissive [TYPE]

Print permissive types or, if TYPE is specified, print the named statement if it is permissive. There is no expanded information for this component.

--polcap [NAME]

Print policy capabilities or, if NAME is specified, print the named capability, if enabled. With -x, print the statement.

--portcon [PORTNUM[-PORTNUM]]

Print a list of port contexts or, if PORT or PORT range is provided, print the named statement for the port/port range. There is no expanded information for this component.

--sensitivity [SENS]

Print a list of sensitivities or, if SENS is provided, print the named sensitivity. With -x, print the statement for each sensitivity.

--typebounds [BOUND_TYPE]

Print a list of typebounds statements or, if BOUND_TYPE is provided, print the statement for the named bound type. There is no expanded information for this component.

--validatetrans [CLASS]

Print a list of validatetrans and MLS validatetrans rules or, if CLASS is provided, print all constraints for the named object class. There is no expanded information for this component.

--all

Print all components.

Options

-x, --expand

Print additional details for each component matching the expression. See the description of each component for the details this option will provide.

--flat

Exclude headers and indentation in output.

-h, --help

Print help information and exit.

--version

Print version information and exit.

-v, --verbose

Print additional informational messages.

--debug

Enable debugging output.

Author

Chris PeBenito <cpebenito@tresys.com>

Bugs

Please report bugs via the SETools bug tracker, https://github.com/TresysTechnology/setools/issues

See Also

apol(1), sediff(1), sedta(1), seinfoflow(1), sesearch(1)

Referenced By

apol(1), sediff(1), sedta(1), seinfoflow(1), sesearch(1).

2016-02-20 Tresys Technology, LLC SETools: SELinux Policy Analysis Tools