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Re: Uh-oh. Cracked allready. I think...



>>>>> "John" == John  <john@keimel.com> writes:

John> Woody.... ahh woody. It's always been told to me (by someone who's
John> even on this list and on the debian security team) that 'Potato'
John> should be the only thing that's really trusted ("trusted") for
John> security in Debian.  It's supposed to get security updates
John> first. Arguments of the debian release system aside, that's the
John> general plan of debian it seems. You shouldn't have used woody for
John> a remote box.

Security patches go into stable first.  Sid/unstable is generally
upgraded pretty promptly too.  They're working on a system (AFAIK) to
allow security patches to be fast tracked into testing.

[...]

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John> Oh, and you'll want to revoke your PGP key if it was on this box,
John> as you can't trust your PGP keys anymore either.

Unless it was password protected.  (With a secure password.)

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