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non port: security/pkcrack/pkg-descr
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Wed, 7 Sep 2022
[ 21:58 Stefan E├čer (se) search for other commits by this committer ]    commit hash:fb16dfecae4a6efac9f3a78e0b759fb7a3c53de4  commit hash:fb16dfecae4a6efac9f3a78e0b759fb7a3c53de4  commit hash:fb16dfecae4a6efac9f3a78e0b759fb7a3c53de4  fb16dfe  (Only the first 10 of 27964 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
Remove WWW entries moved into port Makefiles

Commit b7f05445c00f has added WWW entries to port Makefiles based on
WWW: lines in pkg-descr files.

This commit removes the WWW: lines of moved-over URLs from these
pkg-descr files.

Approved by:		portmgr (tcberner)
Thu, 19 May 2016
[ 10:53 amdmi3 search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:415500 (Only the first 10 of 853 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
- Fix trailing whitespace in pkg-descrs, categories [p-x]*

Approved by:	portmgr blanket
Mon, 24 Oct 2011
[ 04:17 dougb search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit  (Only the first 10 of 883 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
Remove more tags from pkg-descr files fo the form:

- Name
em@i.l

or variations thereof. While I'm here also fix some whitespace and other
formatting errors, including moving WWW: to the last line in the file.
Thu, 28 Jul 2005
[ 10:32 garga search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
This package implements an algorithm for breaking the PkZip cipher that was
devised by Eli Biham and Paul Kocher.

This program applies a known plaintext attack to an encrypted file.
A known-plaintext-attack recovers a password using the encrypted file and
(part of) the unencrypted file.

Please note that cryptographers use the word 'plaintext' for any kind of
unencrypted data - not necessarily readable ASCII text.

Before you ask why somebody may want to know the password when he already knows
the plaintext think of the following situations:

 - Usually there's a large number of files in a ZIP-archive. Usually all these
   files are encrypted using the same password. So if you know one of the files,
   you can recover the password and decrypt the other files.
 - You need to know only a part of the plaintext (at least 13 bytes). Many files
   have commonly known headers, like DOS .EXE-files. Knowing a reasonably long
   header you can recover the password and decrypt the entire file.

WWW: http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~conrad/krypto/pkcrack.html

PR:             ports/84192
Submitted by:   Emanuel Haupt <ehaupt@critical.ch>

Number of commits found: 4