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2021-11-22 06:24 AM
I use the Fedora rpm package of the meetings desktop client
However, I only want to install software that is correctly cryptographically signed.
That was not a problem so far. However, the recent version 5.8.4 (210) is not signed at all (see rpm -qpi output below), and the gpg signature validation fails.
$ rpm -qpi zoom_x86_64.rpm Name : zoom Version : 184.108.40.206 Release : 1 Architecture: x86_64 Install Date: (not installed) Group : default Size : 226471546 License : see https://www.zoom.us/ Signature : (none) Source RPM : zoom-220.127.116.11-1.src.rpm Build Date : Fri 12 Nov 2021 07:27:39 AM CET Build Host : localhost Relocations : / Packager : Zoom Linux Team <firstname.lastname@example.org> Vendor : Zoom Video Communications, Inc. URL : https://www.zoom.us Summary : Zoom Cloud Meetings
2021-12-01 02:33 PM
Hey @jknaus, here is some insight I got on a similar case to yours; however, I'd advise to first update to the latest version 5.8.6 to see if this helps! If not, here is a suggestion that may help!
On Download Center https://zoom.us/download if you select Linux Type: Fedora, under the Download button there is the following text: "Zoom's rpm packages are signed with a GPG key. Please run "rpm --import package-signing-key.pub" to import the key in case package management utility asks for a missing public key."
You can try running the command and see if the new version of the package is signed again.
$ rpm -qpi ~/Downloads/zoom_x86_64.rpm | egrep '^Source|Signature'
Signature : RSA/SHA1, Mon 29 Nov 2021 07:38:12 AM CET, Key ID b903bf1861a7c71d
Source RPM : zoom-18.104.22.1689-1.src.rpm
Let me know if this helps!
2022-04-26 02:06 PM - edited 2022-04-26 02:08 PM
Hi @RN , I have the same problem with the OpenSuse package.
When I installed version 5.10.4 (after importing the signing key) I got this:
Package header is not signed!
zoom-22.214.171.12445_openSUSE-1.x86_64 (Plain RPM files cache): Signature verification failed [6-File is unsigned]
I then ran the command you suggested, to verify the presence of a signature, and here's the result:
~ > rpm -qpi ~/Downloads/zoom_openSUSE_x86_64.rpm | egrep '^Source|Signature'
Signature : (none)
Source RPM : zoom-126.96.36.19945_openSUSE-1.src.rpm
Please could you correct the package to include the signature?
Thank you in advance.