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Wed, 6 Nov 2002
[ 16:01:59 joerg ] Original commit 
apache13-ssl www  Deleted Forbidden Deprecated Expired Ignore files touched by this commit  This port version is marked as vulnerable. Apache secure webserver integrating OpenSSL
Unmark this port from being forbidden; the reason by its time was that
the port had been updated to 1.2.27 and ssl-1.48 which simply did not
exist then.

Now they do exist.  Since it builds, installs and runs correctly with
no further changes, and all the other apache-1.2.27-based ports are
back alive again, there's no reason to keep this one forbidden.

Don't be alarmed that the MD5 sum changes: the previous one in
distinfo was actually the checksum from apache_1.3.26+ssl_1.48.tar.gz,
since the last update to that file only changed the name but not the
MD5 sum.  Alas, i could not find any authoritative MD5 on to verify against.

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