On Wed, 2009-11-18 at 17:54 -0500, Eric Christensen wrote:
> > I do not see how that's relevant, frankly. For it to be relevant it
> > would have to be true to state that, if you need root privileges to
> > install signed packages, it's absolutely no problem if a signed package
> > is evil. Obviously, that's not at all true. An evil 'trusted' package
> > would be a Very Bad Thing in any case. Whether you need to be root to
> > install a trusted package or not is entirely orthogonal, as far as I can
> > see.
> I'd like to point out that there are trusted packages that I wouldn't
> want my users downloading. John is a good example but there are others.
> Anyone requested that CVE yet?
That's a different point, and specifically _not_ the point I was
addressing. You don't need to point it out as it's already been pointed
out about five times earlier in the thread. :)
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