bizarre packet labelings

brian retford bretford at
Wed Jun 17 17:18:23 UTC 2009

We have a fairly customized centos 5.3 distribution, but I know of nothing
that would cause the behavior I'm seeing. We don't use iptables or ipsec,
secmark is enabled in the kernel. I get avc denied messages for packets that
almost certainly do exist, but the targets almost never make sense (at least
to me), things like ls_exec_t, lib_t, and other seemingly random types.

avc:  denied  { send } for  pid=3202 comm="sshd" saddr= src=22
daddr= dest=40428 netif=eth0
tcontext=system_u:object_r:lib_t:s0 tclass=packet

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