Created attachment 55305 [details]
dialog without enough info
This morning I did my usual check for updates on my Fedora 16 XFCE system. There was a healthy list of updates and I clicked the "Install Updates" button without giving it much thought. PackageKit then popped up a dialog with the heading "The software is not from a trusted source." The problem is that there's no indication of what "the software" or "source" is. There's a "Details" button but it doesn't give any useful info either. I've attached a screenshot of the dialog.
I've seen this dialog before but I've always just ignored it. I guess I'll have to do it again this time. However, it's not conducive to good security. It's possible that a trojan has gotten into my system and is about to load a bunch of malware.
The dialog should provide the following:
1) A list of the untrusted sources
2) A list of the packages that are to be loaded from those sources
3) An option to add the sources a list of trusted sources so that the warning doesn't occur again
Created attachment 55306 [details]
list of updates
BTW, I'm using PackageKit version 0.6.21-1.fc16
We moved the upstream bugtracker to GitHub a long time ago. If this issue still affects you please re-create the issue here: https://github.com/hughsie/PackageKit/issues
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