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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Thu, 28 Aug 2003
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hunch security files touched by this commit Is Interactive Scan httpd log files for vulnerability probes, mail admins
head/security/Makefile
New port: hunch - Scan httpd log files, find vulnerability probes,
mail admins

        Scan Apache log files for CodeRed, Nimda, FormMail, proxy
        scanners and other malicious probes. For each one found,
        track down the contact email from WHOIS data and send a
        notice. Built-in rate controls prevent flooding an admin
        even when his machines are scanning at high rates. Runs as
        a non-privileged cron job to not interfere with the HTTP
        daemon's operation.

        Notes to committer:
         1. This port installs a user and a group "hunch". It doesn't
         meet the conditions listed in the handbook for a "reserved"
         uid/gid.
         2. portlint will complain about the port. A lot. To the
         best of my judgment all of the warnings can be ignored
         with the exception of the one about BATCH which I could
         find no documentation for. Therefore it is setting
         IS_INTERACTIVE.

PR:             ports/44836
Submitted by:   Dan Pelleg <daniel+hunch@pelleg.org>

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