[kreutzm@itp.uni-hannover.de: Security in PLD]

Lukas Dobrek dobrek at itp.uni-hannover.de
Tue Jun 25 10:54:09 CEST 2002

And what am I suppose to tell this guy?
In principle he is right and we should do something 
about it. 

----- Forwarded message from Helge Kreutzmann <kreutzm at itp.uni-hannover.de> -----

> Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2002 08:58:02 +0200
> From: Helge Kreutzmann <kreutzm at itp.uni-hannover.de>
> Subject: Security in PLD
> To: £ukasz Dobrek <Lukasz.Dobrek at itp.uni-hannover.de>
> Hello Lukasz !
> How is security handled in PLD ? I assume that you updated the
> security updates whenever necessary (although looking at last on zubi
> sometimes lets me doubt it). When you were ill I helped myself by
> filling bug reports. This is of course not the best way.
> Is there a security announce list of PLD? If have not seen any
> security related news regarding PLD yet, but this might be because PLD
> is not (yet ?) a major player outside Poland.
> Current cause (after the apache update) is the new openssh update,
> where Theo de Raadt states:
>      However, everyone should update to OpenSSH 3.3 immediately
> Full article:
> http://lwn.net/Articles/3322/
> Especially considering that the entire news will become public early
> next week we should clarify who tracks this. If there is a mailing
> list (or a webpage I can check once a day) for security I can do this.
> If not, I'll have to continue filling bug reports, especially if you
> are ill/not in town.
> I am in itp around 11:00 (and and Martins Doktorfeier briefly around
> 13:00).
> Greetings
>           Helge
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----- End forwarded message -----

£ukasz Dobrek
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   A pessimist is sure that this must be so.

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