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    • Mike Hibler's avatar
      More tightly connect the notion of a firewall and the security level. · f1206314
      Mike Hibler authored
      If you specify an explicit firewall, you are implicitly assigned security
      level 2 and you cannot explicitly specify the security level.  Likewise,
      if you specify a security level, you cannot also specify a firewall.
      
      The reason for this is that security level 1 (aka "Blue") now has a slightly
      different meaning.  It is intended for protecting the inside from the outside
      rather than visa-versa.  The only practical implication of this is that for
      level 1, we don't do all the fancy power-off-boot-into-MFS-zapbootblock stuff
      that we do for higher levels.
      
      Anyway, I wanted to make sure that if you specify your own firewall, you
      DO have to go through the full cleansing swapout since we can't trust a
      firewall that the Average Joe sets up.
      f1206314
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