- I skipped the “security profile” step on the install for 9.1 because I couldn’t figure out how to tell the install script to create a separate disk partition for
/var/.../whatever. I tried manually creating partitions but it wouldn’t let me delete the existing (OpenBSD) partition. (Automatic worked fine, obviously)
How might I install a security profile after the fact? My disk is encrypted, will that be a hassle for creating a partition under /var somewhere?
- It appears that I have SELinux activated anyways. As soon as I downloaded Zoom and ran it I got this SELinux alert:
SELinux is preventing /opt/zoom/zoom from execmod access on the file /memfd:JITCode:QtQml (deleted). ***** Plugin allow_execmod (53.1 confidence) suggests ********************* If this issue occurred during normal system operation. Then this alert could be a serious issue and your system could be compromised. Setroubleshoot examined '/memfd:JITCode:QtQml.(deleted)' to make sure it was built correctly, but can not determine if this application has been compromised. Do contact your security administrator and report this issue
Is this important? What should I do?