=>  Releases

Current version
Git/Latestdiff: 1.5.6

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RSBAC source code, can be unstable sometimes

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RSBAC 1.5.6 for kernel 5.15

Tuesday, 09/Nov/2021

Hi folks,

just a quick notice that RSBAC has been ported to kernel 5.15 at 5.10 state. Seems to be running fine on my test system, but please test yourself and report here or to the bug tracker.

In 1.5.6, found in 5.15, 5.10 and rsbac-admin Git repos, we have a new IPC target memfd, which lets memfd access be treated as IPC for easier administration.

You get all the code at https://download.rsbac.org/latestdiff/ or through Git at git.rsbac.org/, e.g. git.rsbac.org/linux-5.15.y

RSBAC has been running very well with kernel series 5.10 for a long time, so please consider 5.10 to be the best choice for now.

RSBAC for kernel 5.10

Thursday, 31/Dec/2020

RSBAC is now available for kernel 5.10. So far it seems to work fine here. Please test and report bugs to the bugtracker at https://bugtracker.rsbac.org or to this list.

As usual, you find the latest patches at https://download.rsbac.org/latestdiff/5.10/ and the Git repo at https://git.rsbac.org/cgi-bin/gitweb.cgi?p=linux-5.10.y.git;a=summary

As we are heading into 2021, we wish all of you a good and successful new year. RSBAC development will turn 25 years old in 2021, maybe a good time for some celebration and reflection.

Decision modules PAX and DAZ removed

Wednesday, 22/Apr/2020

PAX and DAZ modules have been removed in latest kernel 5.4 and rsbac-admin git repos. RSBAC version is now 1.5.5 to reflect that change.

Deprecate decision modules PAX and DAZ

Tuesday, 31/Mar/2020

PAX and DAZ support are now marked as deprecated. PaX has not been freely available for years and the Dazuko interface seems obsolete, too. For on-access malware scanning, I recommend the UDF module.

If noone protests within the next few weeks, I am going to remove the related code.

RSBAC for kernel 5.4

Wednesday, 27/Nov/2019

RSBAC has been ported to kernel 5.4. Please test and report bugs to the bugtracker at https://bugtracker.rsbac.org or to this list.

As usual, you find the latest patches at https://download.rsbac.org/latestdiff/5.4/ and the Git repo at https://git.rsbac.org/cgi-bin/gitweb.cgi?p=linux-5.4.y.git;a=summary

New DokuWiki version

Monday, 14/Jan/2019

The RSBAC Website DokuWiki version has been updated today.

Please test and report any problems!

RSBAC ported to 4.19

Tuesday, 30/Oct/2018

Latest RSBAC for kernel 4.19 is now available in Git at git://git.rsbac.org/linux-4.19.y.git

Diffs will start showing up at https://download.rsbac.org/latestdiff/ after release of 4.19.1.

Please test and report any problems!

As a side node, I will start removing old unsupported Git repositories, EOL at upstream and unchanged for > 10 months, from the server soon. Please tell me, if you still need them.

Latest RSBAC patches

Wednesday, 11/April/2018

Even though this page has not been updated for a long time, RSBAC is still under constant development and maintenance. Latest code has always been available through git.

From now on, you can also find the latest RSBAC patches for the maintained kernel versions in the latestdiff download dir.

RSBAC 1.5.0

Tuesday, 13/September/2016

RSBAC 1.5.0 has been released for kernel 4.4.20. Please drop us a note if you need support for other kernel versions.

The most important changes since 1.4.9 are the port to longterm kernel 4.4 and the new feature “Prevent memory write and execute (RSBAC mprotect)” to prevent against process memory segments being both writable and executable. This new hardening feature made me choose a new middle version number.

The change lists are here: Kernel changes: http://www.rsbac.org/dl.php?file=code/1.5.0/changes-1.5.0.txt

Admin tools changes: http://www.rsbac.org/dl.php?file=code/1.5.0/admin-changes-1.5.0.txt

Please consider giving some feedback on the RSBAC mailing list.

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