When to Contact Red Hat Product SecurityYou should contact Red Hat Product Security if:
- You think there might be a security vulnerability in a Red Hat product or service.
- You want to provide feedback about our standards of service and performance. If you feel your security concern is not dealt with in a satisfactory manner, please contact the customer service manager at email@example.com.
- You are unsure about how a known vulnerability affects a Red Hat product or service.
- You wish to report an issue in a language other than English.
- You require technical assistance for a security function (for example, "How do I configure my firewall?").
- You need help upgrading packages due to security alerts. (Refer to "How do I apply package updates from the Red Hat Network?" for information on upgrading packages.)
- Your issue is not security related.
Who Reads Email Sent to firstname.lastname@example.org?Only members of Red Hat Product Security, a restricted and carefully chosen group of Red Hat employees, will have access to material sent to the email@example.com address. No outside users can subscribe to this list.
What to Send to firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease provide as much information about your system and the issue as possible when contacting the list.
How to Contact Us SecurelyRed Hat Product Security uses a GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG or GPG) key to secure communications. Mail sent to email@example.com can be encrypted with this public key. We expect to change the key we use from time to time. Should we change the key, the previous keys will be revoked and the rhsa-announce mailing list will be notified of the change.
650d5882: Red Hat, Inc. (Security Response Team) <firstname.lastname@example.org>This key is used for communicating securely with Red Hat Product Security and for signing the security advisories posted to mailing lists. Download: Red Hat
Fingerprint: 9273 2337 E5AD 3417 5265 64AB 5E54 8083 650D 5882 Please do not send messages encrypted with this public key to any address other than email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. We are unable to accept any non–security-related email which is encrypted with this public key.