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Fedora 13 to debut a security "spin"

Fedora 13 to debut a security "spin"

Posted Mar 4, 2010 13:29 UTC (Thu) by nix (subscriber, #2304)
In reply to: Fedora 13 to debut a security "spin" by rahulsundaram
Parent article: Fedora 13 to debut a security "spin"

I had the same snarky thought before reading the article. I suspect the problem is simply the name: the 'forensics spin' might be better (anyone who needs to use it will know what 'forensics' means).


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Fedora 13 to debut a security "spin"

Posted Mar 4, 2010 14:57 UTC (Thu) by rahulsundaram (subscriber, #21946) [Link]

Yes but forensics is only one of the use cases and there is penetration
testing and security auditing and other purposes it could be used for

Better name would be a good idea... any suggestions for them?

Posted Mar 4, 2010 15:22 UTC (Thu) by dwheeler (guest, #1216) [Link]

I agree that "Security Spin" isn't very clear, but it's not immediately obvious what would be a better name either. Suggestions?

Better name would be a good idea... any suggestions for them?

Posted Mar 4, 2010 15:40 UTC (Thu) by jake (editor, #205) [Link]

> I agree that "Security Spin" isn't very clear, but it's not immediately
> obvious what would be a better name either. Suggestions?

Well, the "Fedora Security Lab" name seems fairly descriptive. Perhaps I should have used that in the title.

jake


Fedora 13 to debut a security "spin"

Posted Mar 5, 2010 10:33 UTC (Fri) by zdzichu (subscriber, #17118) [Link]

I'm not a native speaker, but I think "Security Spin" is something
completely different than "Secure Spin".


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