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On Tue, Mar 07, 2000 at 11:52:42PM +0000, David Webster wrote:
> Obviously I'd have to build some sort of package authentication, so
> someone doesn't spoof the machine address and install malicious packages
> on the users computer, but that shouldn't be too hard if I get the program
> to search for the Indy PGP key, rather than the RedHat one.
There was a long discussion of authentication for automatic updating
systems, on the bastille-linux list a month or so back. There were a
very large number of tricky issues that cropped up. (I imagine they
have archives somewhere...)
> Any ideas/comments?
Please transition your security rpm's from cran over to belegost, since
cran doesn't have much space and belegost has lots.
You have a 'cog' account on belegost, I believe. Let me know if things
- From: David Webster <firstname.lastname@example.org>