Originally Posted by baku2313
I have a MK1 modem and successfully flashed and working fine.
But in about device there is a "SE for Android Status Disabled" what is this?
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What is the difference between the SE for Android status: Enforcing, Permissive and Disabled?
Enforcing — SE for Android is enforcing the loaded policy. Your device is actively protected from security threats and malicious apps will be denied access.
Permissive — The SE for Android policy file is loaded, but your device is not enforcing it. If a malicious app tries to access a resource that it is not allowed to, the access will be logged but not prevented. This mode is intended for testing and debugging. It generates log files of denied app and allows Samsung to identify new app threats and update its policy files.
Disabled — The SE for Android infrastructure is not enabled, and there is no policy file loaded. Log files are not generated and your system is vulnerable to security threats.
To find out how to check a device’s SE for Android status (formerly called SELinux status), see the KNOX User Guide on the KNOX web portal > Resources tab. You cannot change this setting.