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Red Hat Denies Security Flaw in `Enigma'

Red Hat downplayed a security expert's report today of potential security problems with the latest release of its popular operating system software. The company confirmed that two files distributed with Red Hat Linux 7.2 lack digital signatures used for determining their . . .
Red Hat downplayed a security expert's report today of potential security problems with the latest release of its popular operating system software. The company confirmed that two files distributed with Red Hat Linux 7.2 lack digital signatures used for determining their authenticity. But Red Hat does not consider the issue a security threat, according to Marty Wesley, operating system product manager for Red Hat. "Security should always be an important concern, but this is not a security problem," said Wesley.

Red Hat Linux version 7.2, also known by its code name, "Enigma," was released to the public Monday.

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