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 Open-Source camflow camflow (CamFlow) / camflow Project
CamFlow: CamFlow stands for Cambridge information Flow architecture, the Cam is also the river that flows through Cambridge, UK. CamFlow is a Linux Security Module (LSM) designed to capture data provenance for the purpose of system audit. The whole-system provenance capture mechanism is highly configurable, and can fit the needs of many different type of applications. CamFlow can stack with existing security modules such as SELinux.
Note: Packages in this repository are licensed as GNU General Public License v2.0 only (dependencies may be licensed differently).
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camflow
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