Re: Debian secure by default?



On Sat, 17 May 2008 06:42:57 +0530
Raj Kiran Grandhi <grajkiran@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Rico Secada wrote:
Hi.

Why is Debian not setup to be secure be default?

Not everyone is a security expert so imho the system should be fully
secured out-of-the-box.

Please elaborate on what you consider to be the insecure parts of a
default installation. Describe a process by which an etch system can
be compromised remotely. Obviously, the ability to become root by
tweaking the boot parameters from the grub screen does not count as a
vulnerability.


All I am saying is that it shouldn't be needed to harden anything.

http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/securing-debian-howto/

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