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Number of commits found: 4

Fri, 21 Oct 2016
[ 08:56 pi ] Original commit   Revision:424394
424394 security/revealrk/Makefile
424394 security/revealrk/distinfo
security/revealrk: update 1.2.1 -> 1.2.2

- bugfix for FreeBSD only / speedup for zombie check not working on r11
Sat, 17 Sep 2016
[ 19:26 pi ] Original commit   Revision:422342
422342 security/revealrk/Makefile
422342 security/revealrk/distinfo
422342 security/revealrk/files/patch-revealrk.c
security/revealrk: 1.1.2 -> 1.2.1

- added -z, to not report on zombie processes
  As long as there is no rootkit which hides as a zombie this option is
  safe to use and reduces false positives.
- now detects Umbreon rootkit
Sun, 22 May 2016
[ 03:16 pi ] Original commit   Revision:415622
415622 security/revealrk/Makefile
415622 security/revealrk/distinfo
415622 security/revealrk/files/patch-SConstruct
415622 security/revealrk/files/patch-revealrk.c
415622 security/revealrk/pkg-descr
security/revealrk: 1.0.1 -> 1.1.2

- added zombie ignore option "-z" for FreeBSD
Tue, 29 Jan 2013
[ 21:06 glarkin ] Original commit   Revision:311188
311188 security/Makefile
311188 security/revealrk
311188 security/revealrk/Makefile
311188 security/revealrk/distinfo
311188 security/revealrk/files
311188 security/revealrk/files/patch-SConstruct
311188 security/revealrk/pkg-descr
revealrk searches for hidden processes. If you have a kernel mod
rootkit loaded into memory without hiding any process, don't expect
to find anything.

Reveal RootKit is intended to run out of cron or similar services
on a regular basis and avoids verbose output as long as nothing was
found.

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/revealrk

PR:		ports/174981

Number of commits found: 4

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