Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 682206
[RFE] Kickstart Protection
Last modified: 2011-09-16 06:11:07 EDT
Description of problem:
When I create Kickstarts, there are readable via http from everyone who have access to the Red Hat Satellite/Spacewalk Server. So in consequence, e.g. the root hash password is available for everyone, the base configuration as well.
OK, as soon as the installation is done I should change the root password but image that I forget.
AFAIK, there is not protection for that yet.
If there is then sorry for that.
OK, we could setup some security rules via iptables or maybe tcp wrapper but I should have to do modification in the configuration files inside the server.
Well, I am not convinced it will be the best way.
So if that demand could be considered for the next release of RHNS, it would be great.
Can you clarify the proposed behaviour? How exactly do you plan to be able to kickstart any machine in your network and at the same time restrict access to the kickstart files?
Aligning under space16.
We don't have a clear requirement/specification -- closing now.