Bug 563471 (FE-SECLAB) - Tracker: Review Requests for Fedora Security Lab related packages
Summary: Tracker: Review Requests for Fedora Security Lab related packages
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Status: NEW
Alias: FE-SECLAB
Product: Fedora
Classification: Fedora
Component: distribution
Version: rawhide
Hardware: All
OS: Linux
low
medium
Target Milestone: ---
Assignee: Nobody's working on this, feel free to take it
QA Contact: Fedora Extras Quality Assurance
URL: https://fedorahosted.org/security-spin
Whiteboard:
Depends On: whatweb haystack rr_rsakeyfind 1816367 1820914 1821305 1881363 1882565 1887671 1888121 1888976 1889021 cowpatty-4.3 461385 httping autopsy tcpjunk webinject tcpreen ArpON 553281 sslstrip sslscan 562467 562469 openvas-client dnsmap lbd rr_nmbscan 566406 566410 umit metagoofil 576431 cowpatty scalpel dcfldd vinetto xmount halberd sqlninja fpdns 691619 691894 rr-openvas-cli openvas-admin openvas-gsd httpry 769056 hydra fiwalk mysqlenum bonesi kismon scamper fatback libesedb snmpcheck 825593 825599 sslsplit onesixtyone bat paris-traceroute binwalk horst sucrack slowhttptest python-nmap bannergrab libforensic1394 inception netsed wbox pylibpcap bittwist python-volatility recoverjpeg tsung 979726 zmap 1025102 captcp hans subnetcalc nfspy httpress cvechecker derrick tlssled 1070222 netstat-monitor reaver-wps thc-ipv6 1098965 prelude 1129023 parsero xcat 1155829 ciphertest wificurse pr1_mitmproxy 1230445 xorsearch yara-review rr_python-yara 1368855 python-can 1394980 1467651 1540726 1559699 1559711 1625276 rr_aeskeyfind wafw00f webtech xortool python-crcelk cantoolz python-pyvit hashid python-pyshark python-pypcapkit ioc-writer artifacts rifiuti2 pypykatz aiodnsbrute 1772648 expliot androguard wapiti wfuzz python-shodan 1807981 massdns shuffledns python-friendlyloris slowloris goloris 1814795 1815034 1815272 1815937 1816258 1816605 1816644 1817721 1818870 1818892 1819251 1819265 1820915 1820918 1820972 1822954 1823365 1825592 1830933 1836925 1836968 1836986 1839389 1839465 1839483 1839489 1839526 1839542 1839889 1840298 1840314 1840377 1840614 1840628 1840711 1840797 1844119 1844803 1844837 1856253 1856845 1856864 1856869 1856880 1856891 pwncat 1856980 1872571 1876578 1880691 1882899 1888963 1888989 1892575
Blocks: 1829901
TreeView+ depends on / blocked
 
Reported: 2010-02-10 11:15 UTC by Fabian Affolter
Modified: 2020-10-29 08:42 UTC (History)
5 users (show)

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Description Fabian Affolter 2010-02-10 11:15:45 UTC
This is a tracker bug for Fedora Security Spin related packages used
instead of the wiki.

Comment 1 tz 2010-11-30 14:32:06 UTC
There seems to be no way to register at fedorahosted.org, or any other place I can see to add a request so I'm doing it here.

The f14 security spin is great, but it has AUTOMOUNT TURNED ON by default.  I really don't want to mount, run, or access anything with the possible exception of an ethernet port by default.  I can leave the ethernet unplugged until I set something up and it generally won't break anything, but disabling automount isn't quite as easy and I can forget to do it - wait until I'm trying to recover a disk and it starts and takes a half-hour because it is damaged and then it makes it worse.  On my main laptop I have this setup and use Gigolo to mount and unmount volumes.

Comment 2 Jason Tibbitts 2010-11-30 14:59:56 UTC
This is unfortunately, merely a tracker ticket and the wrong place for your comment as it probably will not be seen by very many people in your intended audience.  (Note that I am not part of your intended audience as I am not involved with the security spin.)

You don't register at fedorahosted; you simply log in with your regular Fedora account.  If you don't have one, visit http://fedoraproject.org, click on "Fedora Account System" at the bottom of the page, and set up an account.  You shouldn't need to join any groups or accept any licenses to be able to make comments on fedorahosted project trackers.

Comment 3 tz 2010-11-30 16:33:09 UTC
Thanks - I'll report it there.  The fedorahosted uses the HTTP authentication instead of a login page and upon failure gives no help as to what it wanted.

Thanks - I used my fedora.org login and it worked.


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