Trusted Extensions Chapters in Two New Books

I've recently co-authored two chapters about Trusted Extensions. The first is a Case Study: Solaris Trusted Extensions in Trent Jaeger's new book Operating System Security. This book will be used in university classes, and addresses some of the trade offs made by security designers.

The second book Solaris Security Essentials, will soon be published by Sun Microsystems. It describes how to configure a Trusted Extensions system in Solaris 10. Various chapters in the book are currently available for review via the Safari Rough Cuts web site. Your feedback is welcome.

Obviously I'm pleased to have another opportunity to help new users get started with Trusted Extensions.

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This blog explores some of the security features of Oracle Solaris. In particular, topics such as Role-Based Access Control and Labeled Security are my special interests.

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