File cups-1.7-additional_policies.patch of Package cups

--- conf/	2013-06-07 03:00:33.000000000 +0200
+++ conf/	2014-02-26 15:14:35.000000000 +0100
@@ -129,6 +129,39 @@ WebInterface @CUPS_WEBIF@
+# The policy below is added by SUSE during build of our cups package.
+# The policy 'allowallforanybody' is totally open and insecure and therefore
+# it can only be used within an internal network where only trused users exist
+# and where the cupsd is not accessible at all from any external host, see
+# Have in mind that any user who is allowed to do printer admin tasks
+# can change the print queues as he likes - e.g. send copies of confidental
+# print jobs from an internal network to any external destination, see
+# For documentation regarding 'Managing Operation Policies' see
+<Policy allowallforanybody>
+  # Allow anybody to access job's private values:
+  JobPrivateAccess all
+  # Make none of the job values to be private:
+  JobPrivateValues none
+  # Allow anybody to access subscription's private values:
+  SubscriptionPrivateAccess all
+  # Make none of the subscription values to be private:
+  SubscriptionPrivateValues none
+  # Allow anybody to do all IPP operations:
+  # Currently the IPP operations Validate-Job Cancel-Jobs Cancel-My-Jobs Close-Job CUPS-Get-Document
+  # must be additionally exlicitly specified because those IPP operations are not included
+  # in the "All" wildcard value - otherwise cupsd prints error messages of the form
+  # "No limit for Validate-Job defined in policy allowallforanybody and no suitable template found."
+  <Limit All Validate-Job Cancel-Jobs Cancel-My-Jobs Close-Job CUPS-Get-Document>
+    Order deny,allow
+    Allow from all
+  </Limit>
+# Explicitly set the CUPS 'default' policy to be used by default:
+DefaultPolicy default
 # End of "$Id: 11025 2013-06-07 01:00:33Z msweet $".
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