Bug 177735

Summary: can't enable firewall within installer
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: Alexandre Oliva <oliva>
Component: anacondaAssignee: Anaconda Maintenance Team <anaconda-maint-list>
Status: CLOSED WONTFIX QA Contact: Mike McLean <mikem>
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Description Alexandre Oliva 2006-01-13 16:52:33 UTC
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Description of problem:
I dispute the wisdom of enabling boxes to be installed and booted up before the firewall can be set up in firstboot.  I can see that in some cases this might be what you want, but most often you should boot the box up already secure the first time.

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How reproducible:

Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install (no question asked about firewall or selinux any more)
2.Boot system up
3.Leave firstboot run unattended

Actual Results:  You have a number of services running without anything to protect them until you get to answer the firstboot prompt.

Expected Results:  Machine should be safe when it first boots up.

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Comment 1 Chris Lumens 2006-01-13 18:17:39 UTC
When anaconda is done, you have SELinux set in enforcing mode and basically all
ports but SSH closed.  I say basically all because CUPS and mDNS are also open,
though you can't close those no matter what you do with the current
implementation of system-config-securitylevel (I have plans to fix that). 
firstboot is really only giving you the opportunity to open more stuff up, as
the defaults are pretty strict now.