[CentOS] Security: should I be concerned?
nlindq at maei.ca
Wed Oct 12 16:18:59 UTC 2005
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On 12 Oct 2005 at 9:20, William L. Maltby wrote:
> My second concern is with security update announcements. For all the
> announcers but one (IIRC) I get "Invalid signature" displayed (using
> Evolution). I would ask "Should I be concerned?", but the answer is
> self-evident in security circles. So instead, I'll ask if this is
> acceptable in the official CentOS and I can continue to rely on their
> stuff in their opinion.
Do you have any more detail as to why the invalid signatures? Does
it give you a different message if you haven't imported someone's
public key? You might want to check out your GPG integration setup
with Evolution. I'm using Thunderbird/Enigmail to read list mail,
and all of the CentOS announcement messages have verifiable
signatures. I assume you have no trouble with PGP/MIME since that
appears to be what you're using...
Nels Lindquist <*>
Information Systems Manager
Morningstar Air Express Inc.
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