Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by BoerenkoolMetWorst, Dec 19, 2016.
Debian is pushing apt-transport-https now. Without it, jessie won't even update.
Stupid idea by Debian.
Chances of a remote hack are as likely as Russians hacking the American election.
This obsession with theoretical exploits is crippling the Linux desktop.
Cool, have now set up HTTPS transport in Stretch. This has been a long time coming IMO. Are there HTTPS mirrors available for debian-security?
"It's always too much security, until it isn't enough."
Approaching security defensively was ruinous for Windows, and would be no different for Linux. I'm very glad to see Linux devs taking a more active approach.
I don't know. I just ran into it because the MPTCP repo is HTTPS by default.
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