[Esug-list] Repository (In)Security

Steven R. Baker steven at stevenrbaker.com
Wed Aug 26 05:19:33 EDT 2015

I'll volunteer if someone cab give me an overview of how things are set up. I enjoy a little bit of server maintenance from time to time. 

On 26 August 2015 09:28:42 CEST, Damien Cassou <damien.cassou at inria.fr> wrote:
>Hi Sean,
>Sean P. DeNigris <sean at clipperadams.com> writes:
>> We were sitting here looking at some unencrypted network traffic and
>it hit
>> me - our StHub, SqS, and ss3 credentials are always unencrypted. This
>is a
>> tremendous security hole. Someone could grab the credentials of a
>> prominent member of the community who has admin rights to many repos
>> start uploading arbitrary Zip files with who-knows-what embedded.
>> SSL certificates are so cheap today. Will ESUG purchase them for our
>> community servers?
>> I personally have deleted all my private repos, and moved them to
>> which I can access via SSH, but it doesn't solve the problem because
>> course any open source St project I load will open the flood gates!
>thank you for raising the issue.
>The ESUG board can pay such a certificate. Nonetheless, the problem is
>not paying but installing the certificate and maintaining the server.
>already have too little time to dedicate to server maintenance.
>We are looking for volunteers.
>Damien Cassou
>"Success is the ability to go from one failure to another without
>losing enthusiasm." --Winston Churchill
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>Esug-list at lists.esug.org

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