Provided by: policycoreutils-dev_2.9-2_amd64 bug

NAME

       sepolicy-communicate  -  Generate  a  report  showing  if  two  SELinux Policy Domains can
       communicate

SYNOPSIS

       sepolicy  communicate  [-h]  -s  SOURCE  -t  TARGET  [-c  TCLASS]  [-S  SOURCEACCESS]  [-T
       TARGETACCESS]

DESCRIPTION

       Use  sepolicy  communicate  to  examine  SELinux  Policy to if a source SELinux Domain can
       communicate with a target SELinux Domain.  The default command looks to see if  there  are
       any file types that the source domain can write, which the target domain can read.

OPTIONS

       -c, --class
              Specify  the SELinux class which the source domain will attempt to communicate with
              the target domain.  (Default file)

       -h, --help
              Display help message

       -s, --source
              Specify the source SELinux domain type.

       -S, --sourceaccess
              Specify the list of accesses used by the source SELinux domain type to  communicate
              with the target domain. Default Open, Write.

       -t, --target
              Specify the target SELinux domain type.

       -T, --targetaccess
              Specify  the  list  of  accesses  used by the target SELinux domain type to receive
              communications from the source domain. Default Open, Read.

AUTHOR

       This man page was written by Daniel Walsh <dwalsh@redhat.com>

SEE ALSO

       sepolicy(8), selinux(8)

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