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Name: Gna! Administration
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Gna! Administration is a meta-project dedicated to Gna! (gna.org) 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 
mail subsystem upgraded
     posted by beuc, Sat 23 May 2015 06:17:18 PM UTC - 1 reply

mail.gna.org was reinstalled with Debian Jessie.
Let us know if there's any issue.
This should be the last major system upgrade before long :)

dl/home/cvs/svn/www.gna.org upgraded to debian8
     posted by beuc, Thu 21 May 2015 10:12:23 PM UTC - 0 replies

Everything at Gna! but the mail system was upgraded to Debian Jessie. Let us know if you think something is wrong.

Some spam was also cleaned-up.
Cheers!

Gna.org SSL certificate renewed
     posted by zerodeux, Thu 24 Apr 2014 07:13:06 AM UTC - 0 replies

While we were quick to patch the Heartbleed attack, it took a little bit more time and administrative work to renew our https://gna.org/ and https://mail.gna.org/ 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 - 0 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.


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