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non port: security/netpgp/distinfo

Number of commits found: 8

Mon, 7 Jul 2014
[ 19:19 johans ] Original commit   Revision:361122
361122 security/netpgp/Makefile
361122 security/netpgp/distinfo
361122 security/netpgp/pkg-plist
- Update to something recent
- Correct master site
- Adopt port
Mon, 8 Nov 2010
[ 15:51 bapt ] Original commit 
1.8 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.7 security/netpgp/distinfo
- Update to 20101107
Fri, 20 Aug 2010
[ 20:13 bapt ] Original commit 
1.7 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.6 security/netpgp/distinfo
- update to 20100710
- add USE_OPENSSL macros

PR:             ports/149812
Submitted by:   Julien Laffaye <kimelto _at_>
Approved by:    jadawin (co-mentor)
Sat, 5 Jun 2010
[ 20:12 miwi ] Original commit 
1.5 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.5 security/netpgp/distinfo
- Update to 20100601

PR:             147433
Submitted by:   Bapt <> (maintainer)
Fri, 2 Apr 2010
[ 18:49 niels ] Original commit 
1.4 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.4 security/netpgp/distinfo
Upgrade to version 20100313

PR:             ports/145191
Submitted by:   Bapt <> (maintainer)
Approved by:    miwi (co-mentor)
Fri, 26 Feb 2010
[ 08:59 miwi ] Original commit 
1.3 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.3 security/netpgp/distinfo
- Update to 20100212

PR:             144210
Submitted by:   Bapt <> (maintainer)
Feature safe:   yes
Mon, 31 Aug 2009
[ 13:30 jadawin ] Original commit 
1.2 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.2 security/netpgp/distinfo
1.2 security/netpgp/pkg-plist
- Update to 4.1.2 20090611

PR:             ports/138395
Submitted by:   Bapt <baptiste.daroussin>
Mon, 15 Jun 2009
[ 21:46 miwi ] Original commit 
1.1041 security/Makefile
1.1 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.1 security/netpgp/distinfo
1.1 security/netpgp/pkg-descr
1.1 security/netpgp/pkg-plist
The netpgp command can digitally sign files and verify that the
signatures attached to files were signed by a given user identifier.
netpgp can also encrypt files using the public or private keys of
users and, in the same manner, decrypt files which were encrypted.

The netpgp utility can also be used to generate a new key-pair for a
user.  This key is in two parts, the public key (which can be used by
other people) and a private key.

In addition to these primary uses, the third way of using netpgp is to
maintain keyrings.  Keyrings are collections of public keys belonging
to other users.  By using other means of identification, it is
possible to establish the bona fides of other users.  Once trust has
been established, the public key of the other user will be signed.
The other user's public key can be added to our keyring.  The other
user will add our public key to their keyring.


PR:             ports/134997
Submitted by:   bapt <baptiste.daroussin at>

Number of commits found: 8

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