Security hole found in crypto program GPG

Tuesday, 14 March 2006, 12:32 AM EST

Developers of the open-source GnuPG encryption software have reported a security flaw that could allow an attacker to sneak malicious code into a signed e-mail message. GnuPG, or Gnu Privacy Guard, is an open-source version of the PGP. It's included with several Linux distributions, including FreeBSD, and is also used widely used by the IT security industry.

At InfoWorld.

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