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Name: Gna! Administration
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Gna! Administration is a meta-project dedicated to Gna! ( administration.

  • If you need more information about our services, check out our user documentation.
  • If you have a problem to report, a suggestion to make, please use our support tracker.
  • If you want to know what's new at Gna!, take a look at the news section. To stay in the loop, you should even suscribe the news mailing-list.
  • If you are interested in the Gna! project origins and principles, our Constitution is detailed on our web homepage.

Registration Date: Mon 05 Jan 2004 01:59:10 PM UTC


Latest News SSL certificate renewed
     posted by zerodeux, Thu 24 Apr 2014 07:13:06 AM UTC - 11 replies

While we were quick to patch the Heartbleed attack, it took a little bit more time and administrative work to renew our and certificates.

It is now a single and freshly issued multi-domain certificate issued by Comodo via Gandi. Although your preferred web browser will automatically trust it, you're welcome to verify by yourself. The SHA fingerprint should read 94:69:D1:5B:B6:B0:64:08:E3:08:97:3B:6A:9F:5F:9E:54:22:D1:D5.

Heartbleed status and measures
     posted by beuc, Wed 09 Apr 2014 09:47:29 AM UTC - 4 replies

Gna! was patched to address the recent openssl "heartbleed" vulnerability.

Gna! has been running a vulnerable version since up to 2 months, and the attacker could silently retreive information from part of the system memory, including credentials and private https keys.

As a safety measure, we removed the current sessions (so you need to reconnect), and are in the process of renewing the https certificate.
Changing your password is also recommended.

mail subsystem automatically reinstalled
     posted by beuc, Sat 08 Mar 2014 11:02:17 PM UTC - 1 reply was reinstalled with Debian Wheezy 64-bit.
As usual, let us know if there's any issue.

From the sysadmin's side, this was the last major system upgrade.
Now maybe we can go back to the programmer's side and think about fusionning with FusionForge :)

     posted by beuc, Tue 04 Mar 2014 10:14:15 PM UTC - 5 replies

About one hour ago the service became unresponsive. This was quickly detected and a reboot was issued. Everything is back to normal.

Apparently this is due to a memory leak in one of the new daemons.
We're investigating!

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