Fedora updates - package does not have a valid GPG
I have Fedora Core 1 installed.
When I try to download Fedora's updates from Redhat, some of the updates return the following message; "The package 'does not have a valid GPG signature. It has been tampered with or corrupted.' Continue No, Yes."
Is there a security risk if I continue?
Will the packages corrupt my system if I try to install them?
Is anyone maintaining redhat's downloads to protect against scriptkiddies tampering with files? These Fedora update files have been on there web site for quite some time now and no one has done anything to change them.
Can anyone answer these questions or does anyone have any comments or suggestions!
Last edited by nygiants#1; 04-27-2004 at 09:52 PM.