[Triage-desktop] [Bug 5125] New: drakx-net does not configure WPA Enterprise connections correctly.

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Tue Mar 3 07:09:38 MSK 2015


          Priority: Normal
            Bug ID: 5125
          Assignee: triage-desktop at lists.rosalab.ru
           Summary: drakx-net does not configure WPA Enterprise
                    connections correctly.
        QA Contact: triage-desktop at lists.rosalab.ru
          Severity: normal
    Classification: ROSA Desktop
                OS: Linux
       RPM Package: drakxtools
          Reporter: zombie_ryushu at yahoo.com
          Hardware: All
            Status: CONFIRMED
           Version: Fresh
         Component: -Enter Bugs Here-
           Product: Desktop Bugs

Created attachment 3777
  --> http://bugs.rosalinux.ru/attachment.cgi?id=3777&action=edit
WPA Supplicant Patch.

Description of problem:
When using mcc to configure WPA Enterprise connections the following occurs:

1. If a user enters a private key password it is shown on screen.

This is inconvenient, as a unprivileged user could see the password as it's
being typed in or copied. Considering that mcc hides the other passwords, it
may as well hide this one. (Consistency.)

2. If a user configures the following: Private key, Private key password, or a
CA cert they are not saved as strings in /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf.

This means that the connection will not come up as wpa_supplicant will not
parse the private key password, or the paths correctly, and will not load them
as a result. 

I'm attaching a patch that fixes the above.

How reproducible:

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open mcc
2. Try to configure a WPA Enterprise network.
3. Watch the connection not come up. (And the password has been exposed.)

This is part of the initiative to support FreeRadius, Samba 4, and OpenLDAP 
based applications better. For that reason, this is being CCed to the Samba 4
Maintainer  working on both Samba 4 and OpenLDAP.

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