Is Fedora Have Backdoor ?!
moceap at hotmail.com
Sun Feb 22 22:37:44 UTC 2015
Thank You for Care .. from everybody for this case ..
I know that talking about Fedora as a backdoor container makes us angry .. But we must be careful about these sensitive issues.
As a reply :
My friend didn't have enabled auto-update.
He completely Surprised of un-human-authorized connection by fedora.
He disabled these actions by :
sudo echo 127.0.0.1 vm3.fedora.ibiblio.org proxy3.fedoraproject.org apps.fedoraproject.org 6-55-236-85.rev.customer-net.de >> /etc/hosts
As a Fedora Developers .. We must be Transparents
> From: fw at deneb.enyo.de
> To: moceap at hotmail.com
> CC: devel at lists.fedoraproject.org
> Subject: Re: Is Fedora Have Backdoor ?!
> Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2015 22:11:23 +0100
> * مصعب الزعبي:
> > Hi , I got a message from my friend a programmer.
> > And he asked me , Is Fedora have a backdoor !!!
> > He got a two domains without any control of him and without updates enabled and controlled by NetworkManager , domains are :
> > vm3.fedora.ibiblio.org
> > proxy3.fedoraproject.org
> > And both directed to https://apps.fedoraproject.org/#FedoraApps
> Hi Mosaab,
> Fedora uses a mirror list service. This service tells the Fedora
> updater where it can download updates. Please tell your friend that
> this is completely normal. In fact, it is required to keep his Fedora
> installation up to date and secure.
> PS: Please do not start a new discussion by replying to an existing
> message. Please write your question as an email message from scratch.
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