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This updates KDE to 4.3.1, the latest upstream bugfix release. The main improvements are: * KDE 4.3 is now also available in Croatian. * A crash when editing toolbar setup has been fixed. * Support for transferring files through SSH using KIO::Fish has been fixed. * A number of bugs in KWin, KDE's window and compositing manager has been fixed. * A large number of bugs in KMail, KDE's email client are now gone. See http://kde.org/announcements/announce-4.3.1.php for more information. In addition, this update: * fixes a potential security issue (CVE-2009-2702) with certificate validation in the KIO KSSL code. It is believed that the affected code is not actually used (the code in Qt, for which a security update was already issued, is) and thus the issue is only potential, but KSSL is being patched just in case, * splits PolicyKit-kde out of kdebase-workspace again to avoid forcing it onto GNOME-based setups, where PolicyKit-gnome is desired instead (#519654). Note that Tenable Network Security has extracted the preceding description block directly from the Fedora security advisory. Tenable has attempted to automatically clean and format it as much as possible without introducing additional issues.