I just recognized the entry "||fedoraproject.org^" on the
AdBlockPlus/Easylist Malware domain list . Is there any explanation
for this, so far?
I recognized it, since no external resources were loaded for any Fedora
Project related website (no JS, CSS, images, etc.).
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I just remembered that we should be adding [[Category: Security]] to the bottom of any security-related wiki page on the Fedora wiki. Using categories is one of the only ways
we have to organize our wiki pages and make sure we don't lose any page. When you add that code to the bottom of a wiki page that page will now show up at the bottom of our Se
curity SIG page on the Fedora Wiki.
If you have put security content on the Fedora wiki please make sure you've added the category to the bottom.
- -- Eric
Eric "Sparks" Christensen
sparks(a)fedoraproject.org - sparks(a)redhat.com
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we are proud to announce that the first version of the scap-security-guide
RPM package for Fedora operating system has now reached the -stable repositories
of Fedora 18, 19 (and in case you are running the upcoming preview of Fedora 20
version already, there too).
You can install normally via:
# yum -y install scap-security-guide
Also, the scap-workbench-0.8.2 version:
is already loading the provided SCAP content on Fedora system by default
(refer to scap-security-guide(8) manual page for further information regarding
how to use the content).
Yet, to let Neil Armstrong to clarify our further objective, let's return to his
words for a bit:
"I think we're going to the moon because it's in the nature of the human being to
face challenges. It's by the nature of his deep inner soul... we're required to do
these things just as salmon swim upstream."
The above projected into Fedora SCAP content context means, we are happy to accept
content contributions from the wide community [*]. Therefore feel free to adopt
(test and submit patches) existing RHEL6 SCAP content rules to Fedora, project
Fedora Security Guide's rules:
into OVAL / XCCDF content, or propose completely new rules touching the most hot
areas of Fedora functionality you daily use.
Jan iankko Lieskovsky (on kind behalf of SCAP security guide team)
[*] Feel free to submit questions / patch proposals to scap-security-guide