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= Fedora Security Spin =
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{{admon/note|Wiki Page Purpose|This page follows the [[Spins_Process]]. The Development Home can be found at https://fedorahosted.org/security-spin/}}
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== Summary ==
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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.
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== Previous releases ==
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* [{{fullurl:Security_Lab|oldid=187467}} Fedora 14]
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* [{{fullurl:Security_Lab|oldid=186849}} Fedora 13]
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== Owner(s) ==
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* Original Owners: [[User:Lmacken | Luke Macken]], [[User:Maxamillion | Adam John Miller]], [[User:Jsimon | Joerg Simon]]
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* Former Owners: [[User:Cwickert | Christoph Wickert]], [[User:Hiemanshu | Hiemanshu Sharma]]
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* Current Owners: [[User:Jsimon | Joerg Simon]], [[User:fab | Fabian Affolter]]
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* Quality Assurance: [[User:Athmane | Athmane Madjoudj ]]
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== Detailed Description ==
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The spin is maintained by a community of Security Testers and Developers. It comes with the clean and fast LXDE Desktop Enviroment and a customized menu to have all the instruments one may need to follow a proper test-path on security testing[https://fedorahosted.org/security-spin/wiki/availableApps]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.
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== Benefit to Fedora ==
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* covered by the above Description
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* A stable platform for teaching security along Security Classes in Universities and Organisations like the [http://www.isecom.org ISECOM]
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** People learn about Fedora through these Classes
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* Showcase for all Security-Features
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* A Toolset for proper Security-Testing
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* a complete  Repair/Rescue System - with tools not contained on the other LiveCD's to rescue your System
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* gather interested People to package new upstreams for this spin
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** see [https://fedorahosted.org/security-spin/wiki/Wishlist Wishlist]
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* Cool Marketing Instrument!
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* There are Industry Partners who are interested to contribute
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* and also contained in this presentation [http://jsimon.fedorapeople.org/fedora_osstmm_secspinv2.pdf SecuritySpin and the OSSTMM]
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== Kickstart File ==
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* http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/?p=spin-kickstarts.git;a=blob_plain;f=fedora-livecd-security.ks;hb=F-16
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== ISO Name / FS Label ==
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* ISO name: Fedora-$release-$arch-LiveSecurity
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* FS-Label: Fedora-$release-$arch-Security
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== Dependencies ==
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* security-menus
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** <s>https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=548824#c17</s> DONE
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== Scope / Testing / QA ==
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* Run [[JeremyKatz/SpinChecklist#Testing_of_the_Spin| basic spin testing]]
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* Test installs from livecd and usb, test livecdcreator
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** persistence of Security Menu after installs
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* how the [https://fedorahosted.org/security-spin/wiki/availableApps available Applications] work
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** what else is needed to have it as a good rescue system as well?
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* work on customize Artwork - ongoing
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* [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Category:Security_Lab Current security lab applications test-cases]
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* As of Fedora 16, Security Lab release validation test events are available.
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== Spins Page ==
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See https://fedorahosted.org/security-spin/wiki/spinspage
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Spins Page is set up http://spins.fedoraproject.org/security/
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Revision as of 09:16, 20 February 2013

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Contents

Fedora Security Spin

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Wiki Page Purpose
This page follows the Spins_Process. The Development Home can be found at https://fedorahosted.org/security-spin/

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.

Previous releases

Owner(s)

Detailed Description

The spin is maintained by a community of Security Testers and Developers. It comes with the clean and fast LXDE 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 all Security-Features
  • A Toolset for proper Security-Testing
  • a complete Repair/Rescue System - with tools not contained on the other LiveCD's to rescue your System
  • gather interested People to package new upstreams for this spin
  • Cool Marketing Instrument!
  • 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

Scope / Testing / QA

Spins Page

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

Spins Page is set up http://spins.fedoraproject.org/security/