Red Hat confirmed Friday that a Fedora Linux server that signs for the authenticity of a Fedora code download was breached eight days ago.

The enterprise Linux software vendor referred to the incident on Aug. 14 as "an issue in the infrastructure systems," and Fedora users have been speculating since about what prompted the serious tone of that notice.

Fedora project manager Paul Frields is urging Fedora users not to try to download the Fedora operating system or update packages until Red Hat gives the all clear. He said administrators and security specialists are working to clear up the incident and reinstall the Fedora systems. … Go to source



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