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Number of commits found: 14

Mon, 23 Dec 2013
[ 22:26 delphij ] Original commit   Revision:337303
337303 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
337303 ports-mgmt/portaudit/files/
Detect pkgNG.  When pkgNG is present and there is packages managed by pkgNG,
give user a warning and run pkg audit -F instead.

PR:		ports/185147
Submitted by:	ohauer
Sun, 17 Nov 2013
[ 02:00 eadler ] Original commit   Revision:334044
334044 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
334044 ports-mgmt/portaudit/files/
334044 ports-mgmt/portaudit/pkg-install
334044 ports-mgmt/portaudit/pkg-plist
334044 ports-mgmt/portaudit/pkg-req
Clean up the portaudit port
- let the ports-secteam maintain this port instead of secteam.  This should
assign PRs to the appropriate place. [1]
- recent freebsd versions should use pkg audit instead of portaudit
- stagify
- remove mention of preference file format changes which changed in 2004

PR:		ports/184004 (partial
Discussed with:	simon (many months ago) [1]
Tue, 12 Nov 2013
[ 13:09 zi ] Original commit   Revision:333567
333567 ports-mgmt/portaudit-db/Makefile
333567 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
333567 security/vuxml/Makefile
- Set MAINTAINER to ports-secteam

Requested by:	des@
With hat:	ports-secteam@
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 22:36 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:327762
327762 ports-mgmt/bpkg/Makefile
327762 ports-mgmt/bpm/Makefile
327762 ports-mgmt/bxpkg/Makefile
327762 ports-mgmt/chucky/Makefile
327762 ports-mgmt/dialog4ports-static/Makefile
327762 ports-mgmt/dialog4ports/Makefile
327762 ports-mgmt/distilator/Makefile
327762 ports-mgmt/fastest_sites/Makefile
327762 ports-mgmt/fbsdmon/Makefile
327762 ports-mgmt/genplist/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
Thu, 1 Aug 2013
[ 20:41 remko (src,doc committer) ] Original commit   Revision:324124
324124 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
Forgot to bump the version in the previous commit.  Eventhough
this is a minor change, it's still new and should tell people
that they can upgrade to this version.

Hat:	    secteam
Sun, 11 Mar 2012
[ 21:32 simon ] Original commit 
1.30 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
1.20 ports-mgmt/portaudit/files/
1.6 ports-mgmt/portaudit/pkg-plist
Portaudit 0.6.0:

Fix remote code execution which can occur with a specially crafted
audit file.  The attacker would need to get the portaudit(1) to
download the bad audit database, e.g. by performing a man in the
middle attack.

Add signature verification of the portaudit database.  The public key
is for the database generated for is included
in the distribution.

Submitted by:   Michael Gmelin <>
Reported by:    Michael Gmelin <>, Joerg Scheinert
Security:       Remote code execution
Feature safe:   yes
With hat:       so
Sat, 5 Feb 2011
[ 08:37 remko ] Original commit 
1.29 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
1.19 ports-mgmt/portaudit/files/
Add some improvements via Doug:

This patch changes the order in which the conf file is read vs.
when the default variable assignments are made in order to provide
the ability to override them in the conf file. It also adds the
ability to include a conf file in the same directory as the script.

The patch also changes some of the = assignments to := where
having a null setting by mistake would be fatal.

The use case for these changes is the ability to "package" all
of the elements together in one place for use on multiple systems
that can all mount the same central location.

PR:             154518
Submitted by:   dougb
Hat:            secteam
Feature safe:   yes
Mon, 31 Jan 2011
[ 20:17 uqs ] Original commit 
1.28 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
1.18 ports-mgmt/portaudit/files/
Don't enclose URLs in <>, it makes them harder to copy&paste and URLs are
not email addresses.

PR:             ports/127214 (first half)
Reviewed by:    simon
Feature safe:   yes
Mon, 3 May 2010
[ 21:02 delphij ] Original commit 
1.27 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
1.17 ports-mgmt/portaudit/files/
Prefer using base system binaries.

Reported by:    Paul Hoffman <phoffman proper com>
With hat:       secteam
Mon, 26 Oct 2009
[ 09:17 remko ] Original commit 
1.26 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
Forgot to bump version.

Prodded by:     antoine
Sun, 21 Jun 2009
[ 15:45 simon ] Original commit 
1.25 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
1.15 ports-mgmt/portaudit/files/
1.9 ports-mgmt/portaudit/files/portaudit.1
1.7 ports-mgmt/portaudit/files/portaudit.conf
Download portaudit database from instead

This is primarily done to work around bug in lighttpd on
where If-Modified-Since isn't handled correctly possibly resulting in
users behind web proxies getting an outdated version of the portaudit

Bump portaudit version number.

Big thanks to the reporter for the detailed PR with good information
about reproducing the issue.

PR:             www/134505
Reported by:    Christian Ullrich <>
Prodding by:    remko, Christian Ullrich
Thu, 27 Dec 2007
[ 09:54 simon ] Original commit 
1.24 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
1.14 ports-mgmt/portaudit/files/
- Fix portaudit -Fq to actually be quiet. [1]
- Remove support for FreeBSD older than 4.11 and 5.3.
- Remove conditional dependency on bzip2 which I can't really see how
  could be activated automatically.

Reported by:    "J. Martin Petersen" <> [1]
PR:             ports/117845 [1]
With hat:       maintainer / secteam
Mon, 2 Apr 2007
[ 12:40 erwin ] Original commit 
1.23 ports-mgmt/portaudit/Makefile
Add security to CATEGORIES

"Sounds like a good idea":      simon
Mon, 5 Feb 2007
[ 01:08 pav ] Original commit 
1.1276 MOVED
1.549 Mk/
1.2622 devel/Makefile
1.12 devel/portcheckout/Makefile
1.5 devel/portcheckout/distinfo
1.2 devel/portcheckout/files/patch-aa
1.2 devel/portcheckout/files/patch-ab
1.3 devel/portcheckout/pkg-descr
1.114 devel/portlint/Makefile

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Populate a new ports-mgmt category. List of moved ports:

  devel/portcheckout -> ports-mgmt/portcheckout
  devel/portlint -> ports-mgmt/portlint
  devel/portmk -> ports-mgmt/portmk
  devel/porttools -> ports-mgmt/porttools
  misc/instant-tinderbox -> ports-mgmt/instant-tinderbox
  misc/porteasy -> ports-mgmt/porteasy
  misc/portell -> ports-mgmt/portell
  misc/portless -> ports-mgmt/portless
  misc/tinderbox -> ports-mgmt/tinderbox
  security/jailaudit -> ports-mgmt/jailaudit
  security/portaudit -> ports-mgmt/portaudit
  security/portaudit-db -> ports-mgmt/portaudit-db
  security/vulnerability-test-port -> ports-mgmt/vulnerability-test-port
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