On 02/07/2012 02:51 PM, Anthony Liguori wrote:On 02/07/2012 06:40 AM, Avi Kivity wrote:On 02/07/2012 02:28 PM, Anthony Liguori wrote:
It's a potential source of exploits
(from bugs in KVM or in hardware). I can see people wanting to be
selective with access because of that.
As is true of the rest of the kernel.
If you want finer grain access control, that's exactly why we have things like
LSM and SELinux. You can add the appropriate LSM hooks into the KVM
infrastructure and setup default SELinux policies appropriately.
LSMs protect objects, not syscalls. There isn't an object to protect here
(except the fake /dev/kvm object).
A VM can be an object.
Not really, it's not accessible in a namespace. How would you label it?
Maybe we can reuse the process label/context (not sure what the right term is
for a process).