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This section highlights various security items from Fedora.
 
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=== Fingerprint Readers ===
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Fingerprint readers are now better integrated with Fedora 11. Gnome users can easily setup fingerprint authentication using {{command|gnome-about-me}}, and will allow the ability to login from both {{package|gdm}} and {{package|gnome-screensaver}}.
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=== DNSSEC ===
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DNSSEC (DNS SECurity) is mechanism which provides integrity and authenticity of DNS data.
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=== SHA-2 support ===
 
=== SHA-2 support ===
  
 
TBD: application-specific notes about SHA-2 will go here.  See [[Features/StrongerHashes#Release_Notes]] and [[Hash_algorithm_migration_status#Configuration]].
 
TBD: application-specific notes about SHA-2 will go here.  See [[Features/StrongerHashes#Release_Notes]] and [[Hash_algorithm_migration_status#Configuration]].

Revision as of 18:32, 2 April 2009

Security

This section highlights various security items from Fedora.

Fingerprint Readers

Fingerprint readers are now better integrated with Fedora 11. Gnome users can easily setup fingerprint authentication using gnome-about-me, and will allow the ability to login from both Package-x-generic-16.pnggdm and Package-x-generic-16.pnggnome-screensaver.

DNSSEC

DNSSEC (DNS SECurity) is mechanism which provides integrity and authenticity of DNS data.


SHA-2 support

TBD: application-specific notes about SHA-2 will go here. See Features/StrongerHashes#Release_Notes and Hash_algorithm_migration_status#Configuration.