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Number of commits found XX: 22

Mon, 5 Feb 2007
[ 01:08 pav ] Original commit 
1.1276 MOVED
1.549 Mk/bsd.port.mk
1.454 UPDATING
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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Sun, 16 Apr 2006
[ 13:32 simon ] Original commit 
1.21 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.13 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
Avoid unnecessary invocations of pkg_info by checking whether the
package is installed or not using a precalculated regex.

This speeds up "portaudit -a" with around a factor of 10.

The change is slightly modified from the one from the PR by using
pkg_info -aE instead of ls /var/db/pkg for determining installed
packages.

Submitted by:   Kuang-che Wu <kcwu@csie.org>
PR:             ports/92942
Sat, 30 Jul 2005
[ 19:13 simon ] Original commit 
1.11 security/portaudit-db/Makefile
1.20 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.8 security/vuxml/Makefile
Change MAINTAINER address for ports maintained by the Security Team to
secteam@ instead of security@ to make it more clear that the ports are
not maintained by the freebsd-security@ mailing list.  Both addresses
go to the same people.
Sun, 3 Jul 2005
[ 20:31 simon ] Original commit 
1.19 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.12 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
1.7 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.1
portaudit 0.5.10:

- Unbreak portaudit -vF.
- Sync usage with reality.
- Document the q, v, and V options.
- Markup fixes for the portaudit(1) manual page.
- Make quiet mode output even less "redundant" text [1].
- Set maintainership to security@. [2]

Suggested by:   Phil Kernick philk at rotfl dot com dot au [1]
Suggested by:   nectar, remko [2]
Tue, 14 Jun 2005
[ 22:04 simon ] Original commit 
1.9 security/portaudit-db/Makefile
1.18 security/portaudit/Makefile
Grab maintainer-ship of portaudit.  While I do not currently have any
plans for improvements (though I have ideas) I feel that portaudit is
too important to not have an active maintainer.

Approved by:    portmgr (linimon)
Fri, 3 Sep 2004
[ 20:30 eik ] Original commit 
1.17 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.11 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
1.5 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.conf
- update to version 0.5.9
  (first attempts to check the base system for vulnerabilities)
Mon, 23 Aug 2004
[ 17:39 eik ] Original commit 
1.16 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.10 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
fix "too many open files" error when using the -r flag

Noted by:       nectar
Mon, 16 Aug 2004
[ 02:24 eik ] Original commit 
1.15 security/portaudit/Makefile
Don't check the base system when PACKAGE_BUILDING
Sun, 15 Aug 2004
[ 12:26 eik ] Original commit 
1.14 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.9 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
Remove -a from the default fetch(1) flags, so that the daily security
report is not delayed when the distribution site is down.

Submitted by:   kuriyama
Fri, 13 Aug 2004
[ 17:07 eik ] Original commit 
1.13 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.8 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
1.6 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.1
fix man page nits,
modify the vulnerability report depending on -q/-v (experimental)

PR:             69935, 68942
Submitted by:   Chris Pepper <pepper@reppep.com>, Johan Karlsson
<k@numeri.campus.luth.se>
Sat, 24 Jul 2004
[ 13:34 eik ] Original commit 
1.12 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.7 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
1.5 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.1
New option -r: restrict listed entries to selected references.
Useful for testing new entries.
Fri, 2 Jul 2004
[ 00:31 eik ] Original commit 
1.11 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.2 sysutils/pkg_install-devel/pkg-req
Test OSVERSION instead of pkg_info -P to enable cross-version builds

Requested by:   kris
Thu, 1 Jul 2004
[ 10:59 eik ] Original commit 
1.10 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.4 security/portaudit/files/fetchaudit.sh
1.6 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
1.4 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.1
1.4 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.conf
1.10 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.functions
1.3 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.sh
1.3 security/portaudit/pkg-deinstall
1.4 security/portaudit/pkg-install
1.4 security/portaudit/pkg-plist
- update to version 0.5

*** NOTE ***

The preferences file format has changed, as have the periodic.conf(5) names.
Normally the default settings should be adequate, except when you need to
configure a proxy. Use $PREFIX/etc/portaudit.conf.sample as an example.

- moved portaudit to sbin
- clean up, merging stuff into the portaudit script
- better return codes and errors to stderr
- -f can check stdin now
- dropped ports tree auditing
- merged the periodic(8) scripts into one
- run daily auditing as `nobody'
Fri, 25 Jun 2004
[ 01:21 eik ] Original commit 
1.9 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.5 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
1.9 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.functions
update to version 0.4.1

Use
  portaudit [packagename ...]
to check if package is listed as vulnerable
Wed, 23 Jun 2004
[ 16:01 eik ] Original commit 
1.8 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.4 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
1.8 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.functions
Update to version 0.4, with a new `-f' option.

To check which of the current ports have known vulnerabilities, do

  portaudit -f /usr/ports/INDEX

This port requires pkg_install(-devel)>=20040623
Mon, 21 Jun 2004
[ 16:04 eik ] Original commit 
1.7 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.3 security/portaudit/files/fetchaudit.sh
1.7 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.functions
make expiry date customizable via daily_status_portaudit_expiry
Fri, 18 Jun 2004
[ 08:07 eik ] Original commit 
1.6 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.3 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.conf
1.6 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.functions
1.3 security/portaudit/pkg-install
Fetch the database from http://www.FreeBSD.org/ports/ first.

Thanks to:      kuriyama
Wed, 31 Mar 2004
[ 22:52 eik ] Original commit 
1.5 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.3 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
1.3 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.1
1.2 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.conf
1.5 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.functions
update to 0.3.1:

- use passive ftp by default, don't retry on failure [1]
- add a -C flag, portlint style
- don't keep databases that are tool old [2]

Requested by:   hubs [1]
Noticed by:     Nicolas Rachinsky <nicolas@rachinsky.de> [2]
Thu, 11 Mar 2004
[ 11:11 eik ] Original commit 
1.4 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.2 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
1.2 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.1
1.1 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.conf
1.4 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.functions
1.2 security/portaudit/pkg-deinstall
1.5 security/portaudit/pkg-descr
1.2 security/portaudit/pkg-install
1.3 security/portaudit/pkg-plist
Update to 0.3.
Since we are using the official VuXML database
the auditing should be pretty complete.

- mention web page
- add more mirrors, disabling .ru mirror (too much lag)
- allow combined options in portaudit shell script
- add sample configuration file
- use absolute paths for binaries, to ease use in crontab scripts [1]
- correct type in man page [2]

PR:             64005 [2]
Submitted by:   Tomasz Pilat <poncki@axelspringer.com.pl> [1]
                Nathan Dove <njdove@wafer.sandia.gov> [2]
Wed, 25 Feb 2004
[ 09:46 eik ] Original commit 
1.3 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.3 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.functions
1.1 security/portaudit/pkg-deinstall
1.1 security/portaudit/pkg-install
- bugfix: awk in -CURRENT accepts no regexes in RS, causing the database
  update to fail

- add an install & deinstall message

Submitted by:   nectar & Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu@apropo.ro>
Sat, 21 Feb 2004
[ 21:19 eik ] Original commit 
1.2 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.2 security/portaudit/files/fetchaudit.sh
1.1 security/portaudit/files/portaudit-cmd.sh
1.1 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.1
1.2 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.functions
1.2 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.sh
1.2 security/portaudit/pkg-descr
1.2 security/portaudit/pkg-plist
update to 0.2:
- new command line tool
- new man page
- reworked database update code, incorporating feedback from
  Max Khon <fjoe>, Radim Kolar <hsn@netmag.cz> (PR 63066) and
  Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu@apropo.ro> (PR 62655)
Tue, 27 Jan 2004
[ 19:24 eik ] Original commit 
1.1 security/portaudit/Makefile
1.1 security/portaudit/database/auditfile.txt
1.1 security/portaudit/files/fetchaudit.sh
1.1 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.functions
1.1 security/portaudit/files/portaudit.sh
1.1 security/portaudit/pkg-descr
1.1 security/portaudit/pkg-plist
portaudit provides a list of published security vulnerabilities
of FreeBSD ports and tools to check if installed ports are listed.

Since this is a prerelease version, it is mostly usable for
committers that want to contribute to the project, and can currently
not be relied upon as an extensive security auditing tool.

Number of commits found XX: 22

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