'Yiyi50' via qubes-users: > I'm running qubes 4.0 on a Purism Librem 13 v4. I've installed updates for my > templates without necessarily reading everything in the terminal before > clicking "y". How concerned should I be of having inadvertently installed an > unsigned package? Is there a command i can run to check the signatures on all > my installed packages? I should mention that I'm relatively new to linux and > qubes. How common is the installation of unsigned packages in Fedora or > Debian? Does the qubes team audit/review all template updates? > If you haven't gone out of your way to add repos to your templates, you would be using the default repos, which require signed packages. Your chances are basically nil. No-one from Qubes audits updates that are not from Qubes (with the possible exception here or there for security critical ones like Xen); that is up to the maintainers of packages in each distribution (Fedora/Debian).
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