packages/apps/SEAndroidAdmin / res / values / strings.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <string name="app_name">SEAdmin</string>
    <string name="activity_name">SEAdmin</string>

    <!-- Update Categories -->
    <string name="update_category_title">Policy Update Options</string>
    <string name="config_kernel_reload_title">Reload Kernel Policies</string>
    <string name="config_update_mmac_title">Kernel and MMAC Policy</string>
    <string name="config_mmac_install_reload_title">Reload Install MAC Policy</string>
    <string name="config_eop_reload_title">Reload Eops Policy</string>
    <string name="config_ifw_reload_title">Reload Intent Firewall Policy</string>
    <string name="selinux_policy_reload">Reload Selinux Policies</string>
    <string name="mmac_policy_reload">Reload MMAC Policies</string>

    <!-- About/Help Categories -->
    <string name="about_category">About</string>
    <string name="about_category_title">Info</string>
    <string name="config_about_title">About</string>

    <string name="about">    SEAdmin provides policy reload functionality utilizing AOSPs ConfigUpdater
                         mechanism. Presently, it provides 4 types of policy reload options.\n\n

                         * <font fgcolor="cyan">Kernel</font> : selinux policy updates for file_contexts,
                         seapp_contexts, sepolicy and property_contexts files.\n
                         * <font fgcolor="cyan">Install-time MAC</font> : policy to assign seinfo values to
                         apps used for assigning SELinux security contexts and optionally to control
                         whether an app can be installed at all. Applied via mac_permissions.xml file.\n
                         * <font fgcolor="cyan">Eops</font> : policy supports enterprise controls over certain
                         runtime application operations that build upon AppOps functionality. Applied via
                         eops.xml file.\n
                         * <font fgcolor="cyan">IntentFirewall</font> : policy to place restrictions on ICC.
                         Ability to restrict starting activities, starting and stopping services, and
                         broadcasting intents. Applied via ifw.xml file.\n\n

                             All policy reloads are handled by supplying a signed bundle that must first be
                         shipped to the device and then broadcast to interested receivers. Each interested
                         receiver validates the bundle and then unpacks the policy files from it under
                         /data/security. The intent firewall policy will actually get installed to
                         /data/system/ifw though. A suite of tools are available to help in the construction of
                         each type of policy bundle. For each type of policy reload option there is a
                         corresponding buildbundle script that will build the correct policy bundle
                         zip file and metadata file required by the ConfigUpdater mechanism. In order
                         to utilize the suite of buildbundle tools for policy reloads you must first
                         build each tool in turn; buildsebundle for kernel bundles, buildpermsbundle
                         for install-time bundles, buildeopbundle for enterprise ops bundles, and
                         buildifwbundle for intent firewall bundles. SEAdmin handles all broadcasts
                         and policy triggers, only requiring a policy bundle placed on the sdcard
                         in order to be applied.\n\n

                             If you opened SEAdmin with the hope of toggling enforcing status or booleans,
                         that functionality has been dropped. Recent policy advances have now
                         restricted who can toggle SELinux enforcing mode and as such the ability
                         has been dropped from SEAdmin. A similar change has recently appeared for
                         our MMAC enforcing mode too. Since install-time MAC code is always in enforcing
                         mode, SEAdmin\'s ability to switch that mode has been dropped. Further,
                         SEAdmin\'s device admin hooks have been deprecated and as such all
                         admin features including reload options through DPMS have been dropped.\n\n

                         Please check external documentation at
                         for further details concerning SEAdmin and policy reload abilities.