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Debian locks out developers after server hack

Looking at only a part of the message, ZDNet covers rather sensationalistic that some Debian developers have been locked out until they get a new password.
Read the 'chocking' news here

Quote:

The Debian GNU/Linux project has locked a number of its developers out of their system accounts following a security scare in which the hack of a key internal server was discovered this week.

The lockout took place due to the fact a compromised developer account was used to take control of the server, according to an e-mail sent to the community by Debian developer Martin Schulze shortly before 4am today AEST.

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