update manager wants admin password
All of a sudden I am getting the following message when I click on the
update manager icon ---
| enter password for keyring 'default' to unlock
| the application 'gksu' (/usr/bin/gksu) wants access to the keyring
'default' but it is locked
I can do two actions -- enter the admin password and click OK or click deny
If I click deny I get a popup that say enter the administrator password
and the statement
"the application 'update manager' lets you modify essential parts of
Remember Password is checked.
Save in keyring is checked.
Did I get 'hit' by some keystroke/phishing malware? Is this some new
security that has been implemented?
I'm running Debian Lenny and this is something that has recently
occurred. Before I enter my password to
do the updates I want to be sure its not someone thats hacked into my