Re: Apt-get is insecure
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> > Could anyone point me to some documentation about how this fits
> > within the 'usual' apt-get update apt-get install procedure.
> The idea is:
> * packages are signed using debsig and get one (or more) embedded
> * apt & friends don't look at the signature and will just see a
> normal package
> * dpkg will call debsig-verify to verify the signature and validate
> the package
> The last step is currently skipped since /etc/dpkg/dpkg.cfg
> includes the no-debsig option by default, otherwise debsig-verify
> would happily reject all current packages.
All or just those that are not signed correctly?
Is there the possibility to just get an warning? In potato the
no-debsig switch isn't even documented in the dpkg manpage.
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