Fedora Assembles A Security Team
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 31 July 2014 at 10:02 AM EDT. 9 Comments
A Fedora Security Team has been setup to clean up vulnerabilities and other security-related issues present within the popular Linux distribution.

The Fedora Security Team was announced yesterday with more than 20 developers. Among their work to tackle are a reported three "critical" security issues, 69 important security issues, 366 moderate issues, and 128 low issues. Those numbers are tickets affecting EPEL and Fedora packages.

Learn more about the Fedora Security Team via this announcement.
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