Fedora’s not DROWNing

In the continuing line of security vulnerabilities with cute names like Heartbleed or Shellshock, today we have “DROWN.”

LetsEncrypt now available in Fedora

LetsEncrypt recently entered into a public beta. Thanks to the work of the LetsEncrypt team and Fedora packagers, the official LetsEncrypt client is now available in both Fedora 23 and Rawhide. To learn how LetsEncrypt works or what it is, you can read… Continue Reading →

LetsEncrypt enters public beta

LetsEncrypt is an initiative being sponsored by several different organizations including Mozilla and the Electronic Frontier Foundation following from recent privacy discussions in various communities last year. The key goal is to provide free, easy encryption via free SSL certificates… Continue Reading →

OpenSSL Security Update now available for Fedora

Updated Fedora 19 and Fedora 20 packages for OpenSSL that address several issues (including CVE-2014-0224) are now available in Fedora. The Fedora Packages that contain the fixes for these issues are: openssl-1.0.1e-38.fc19 (Fedora 19) openssl-1.0.1e-38.fc20 (Fedora 20) From the Red… Continue Reading →

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