Ticket #4313 (closed defect: fixed)
Cloud subscription forces the existence of a HTTP Filter List called Zentyal Security Updates
|Reported by:||jjmontes@…||Owned by:||jamor@…|
|Severity:||major||Keywords:||cloud http filter security updates|
This seems to be causing a HTTP Filter Categories List to appear under each of the HTTP Filter Profiles. This causes a bunch of URLs to be banned, unexpectedly, and impacting end-users and administrators.
If the list is removed, it is brought back again.
After latest Cloud and offering changes, it seems that some subscribed hosts are now receiving security updates. We suspect of the /usr/share/zentyal-security-updates/update script, but this is yet to be tested.
A proposed solution is to add an "enabled" checkbox to each HTTP Filter Categories List which would include or exclude that list from configuration. This checkbox would not be mofidied by the security update process. This way, security updates are received for the filter list, but users can choose to use them or not.