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SubjectRe: frontpage
On Wed, 29 Jan 2003 19:37:50 GMT, Russell King said:

> I believe a script signs the files on, which means the
> private key is on the master machine, probably without a pass phrase.
> That means that if the master server is compromised, its highly likely
> that a rogue file will have a correct signature.

OK.. I missed that part, and thought somebody was doing a check-and-balance
before files went out.

> The only way to be completely sure is for Linus to gpg-sign the patches
> himself at source with a known gpg key using a secure pass phrase before

Now there's a thought.. ;)

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