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[Bug-wget] Fedora 26 server - wget - p11-kit/OpenSC - pcsc-lite/pcscd -
[Bug-wget] Fedora 26 server - wget - p11-kit/OpenSC - pcsc-lite/pcscd - polkit
Sat, 28 Oct 2017 08:36:43 +0200
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Whenever a user is using wget to fetch a webpage via https, I'll get
messages like this in /var/log/messages:
2017-09-21T10:54:35+02:00 ninja pcscd: 03445385
auth.c:137:IsClientAuthorized() Process 48952 (user: 48) is NOT
authorized for action: access_pcsc
2017-09-21T10:54:35+02:00 ninja pcscd: 00000279
winscard_svc.c:335:ContextThread() Rejected unauthorized PC/SC client
This started after upgrading to F26 (or possibly F25 which was installed
for a few days). I have no idea why wget (via one of the libraries
involved) would try to access the smart card reader without the user
telling it to. Even though it fails getting access to a reader (which
I've currently got none), the https pages are received just fine.
curl works without triggering these kinds of messages.
I'm not sure if it's actually wget's fault or if it's one of the libs
it's using that's to blame.
Discussion with pcsc's creator who helped me narrowing the problem down
Denied bug report in polkit:
Ps. I added two polkit rules to grant everyone smart card access to stop
the log messages, but can't keep it like that if I decide to connect a
smart card reader.
- [Bug-wget] Fedora 26 server - wget - p11-kit/OpenSC - pcsc-lite/pcscd - polkit,
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