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Port details
ppgen Secure passphrase generator
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Deprecated DEPRECATED: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
Expired This port expired on: 2011-05-01

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Port Added: 23 Aug 2001 04:03:56
License: not specified in port
From the author (Michael Shields <shields@tembel.org>):

ppgen generates passphrases using strings of words, long enough to have
an arbitrary level of entropy.  It can use any dictionary and the best
available source of randomness, including PGP's cryptographic RNG if you
have version 2.6.2.  It is written in portable C, and it is fairly fast.

You can use ppgen to generate passphrases whenever you have a program that
accepts long passwords.  I use it for Kerberos and for local passwords
(I use the FreeBSD MD5-based crypt(3), not the standard limited Unix one),
and for my PGP keyring.

Because ppgen is so simple, it can also easily be used by passwd(1)
or adduser(1) programs to choose passwords for users.
SVNWeb : Distfiles Availability : PortsMonThere are no ports dependent upon this port

No installation instructions: this port has been deleted.

The package name of this deleted port was: ppgen


Configuration Options
     No options to configure

Master Sites:
  1. ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/distfiles/
  2. ftp://ftp.cerias.purdue.edu/pub/tools/unix/sysutils/ppgen/
Port Moves
  • port deleted on 2011-05-01
    REASON: Has expired: Upstream disappeared and distfile is no longer available

Number of commits found: 7

Commit History - (may be incomplete: see SVNWeb link above for full details)
DateByDescription
01 May 2011 20:14:20
Original commit files touched by this commit  1.0
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Remove unmaintained expired ports from security

2011-05-01 security/aafid2: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/bjorb: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/borzoi: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/cmd5checkpw: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more
available
2011-05-01 security/cops: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/find_ddos: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more
available
2011-05-01 security/ftpmap: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/hafiye: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/ident2: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/liedentd: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more
available
2011-05-01 security/pam_pop3: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more
available
2011-05-01 security/poc: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/portscanner: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more
available
2011-05-01 security/ppgen: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/qident: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/quintuple-agent: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more
available
2011-05-01 security/rc5pipe: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/rid: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/ssh: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
2011-05-01 security/tea-total: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more
available
2011-05-01 security/uberkey: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
13 Mar 2011 21:30:59
Original commit files touched by this commit  1.0
bapt search for other commits by this committer
Deprecate unmaintained ports from security where upstream disapear and/or
where no distfiles can be found and are not used by maintained ports
25 Nov 2005 18:01:16
Original commit files touched by this commit  1.0
pav search for other commits by this committer
- Add SHA256
17 Mar 2004 18:29:46
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trevor search for other commits by this committer
SIZEify.
12 Jul 2003 10:30:45
Original commit files touched by this commit  1.0
kris search for other commits by this committer
Drop maintainership
07 Mar 2003 06:10:51
Original commit files touched by this commit  1.0
ade search for other commits by this committer
Clear moonlight beckons.
Requiem mors pacem pkg-comment,
And be calm ports tree.

E Nomini Patri, E Fili, E Spiritu Sancti.
23 Aug 2001 08:03:56
files touched by this commit
kris search for other commits by this committer
Add ppgen 1.0, a program to generate random passphrases from dictionary   words,
with a desired amount of entropy.    

Number of commits found: 7

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