More than a week after a cryptic note hinted at a security breach at Fedora, the open-source group has finally fessed up to two separate server intrusions that compromised the security of Red Hat’s OpenSSH packages.

The confirmation follows eight days of media speculation and conjecture over a brief e-mail that simply mentioned “an issue in the infrastructure systems” and calls into question Red Hat’s ability to promptly — and accurately — disclose security breaches.
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