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Fedora Security Spin

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Wiki Page Purpose
This page follows the Spins_Process. The Development Home can be found at https://pagure.io/security-lab

Summary

The Fedora Security Spin is a livecd based on Fedora to provide a safe test-environment for working on security-auditing, forensics and penetration-testing, coupled with all the Fedora-Security features and tools.

Owner(s)

Detailed Description

The spin is maintained by a community of Security Testers and Developers. It comes with the clean and fast Xfce Desktop Enviroment and a customized menu to have all the instruments one may need to follow a proper test-path on security testing[1]or to rescue a broken system. With the read-write rootfs, it is possible to install software while the livecd is running. The Fedora liveusb-creator provides an overlay feature to put the security-spin on an usb-stick so that the user can install and update software - and can save his test-results permanently.

Benefit to Fedora

  • Covered by the above description
  • A stable platform for teaching security along security classes in universities and organisations like the ISECOM
    • People learn about Fedora through these classes
  • Showcase for security features and testing
  • A toolset for proper security testing
  • A complete repair/rescue system - with tools not contained on the other LiveCDs to rescue your System
  • Gather interested people to package new tools for this spin
  • Cool marketing instrument and a story to tell
  • There are industry partners who are interested to contribute
  • and also contained in this presentation SecuritySpin and the OSSTMM

Kickstart File

ISO Name / FS Label

  • ISO name: Fedora-$release-$arch-LiveSecurity
  • FS-Label: Fedora-$release-$arch-Security

Dependencies

Testing / QA

Please track your checks on the relevant release in the Security Lab Testing category

Spins Page

See https://fedorahosted.org/security-spin/wiki/spinspage

Spins Page is set up https://labs.fedoraproject.org/security/