On 1 August 2015 at 14:41, Colin Walters <walters(a)verbum.org> wrote:
On Sat, Aug 1, 2015, at 01:34 AM, Sitsofe Wheeler wrote:
> The regular Fedora 22 default for password encryption seems to be
> SHA512 but I couldn't turn anything up as to why cloud images had made
> this change. Could some explain why MD5 is used?
This was just fixed:
There was nothing intentional here, but what we're fighting is the legacy defaults
auth in Anaconda, requiring every kickstart user to override them to enable shadow
Currently then, media installs have stronger defaults than kickstart,
explicitly by kickstart.
Thanks for explaining this to me! The only thing that I'd found was
which is out of date with regard to the Fedora 22 cloud image. Perhaps
the cloud-kickstarts git repo should have a notice added to state that
it's deprecated in favour of spin-kickstarts?
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