notbugAs an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
Want a good read? Try FreeBSD Mastery: Jails (IT Mastery Book 15)

Hardware failure

The website is running on the old server. The new server stopped working at about 0200 UTC on 2020-08-22. The database was restored from 2020-08-21 00:59:15+00 UTC. We think we have covered all commits. Nothing should be missing. Any changes you made to your accounts after the restore date will be lost. Sorry about that.
non port: security/softether5/distinfo

Number of commits found XX: 11

Sat, 25 Jul 2020
[ 14:50 meta ] Original commit   Revision:543419
543419 security/softether5/Makefile
543419 security/softether5/distinfo
security/softether5: increase SecureNAT sessions

to 20000. The factory default is 4096.

Sponsored by:	HAW International
Thu, 30 Apr 2020
[ 09:31 meta ] Original commit   Revision:533420
533420 security/softether5/Makefile
533420 security/softether5/distinfo
security/softether5: Update to 5.01.9674

Sponsored by:	HAW International
Thu, 23 Apr 2020
[ 02:42 meta ] Original commit   Revision:532611
532611 security/softether5/Makefile
532611 security/softether5/distinfo
security/softether5: Undo update to 5.01.9673

5.01.9673 has a bug that cannot connect from iOS/macOS L2TP/ipsec client.

Upstream issue:
Mon, 20 Apr 2020
[ 12:02 meta ] Original commit   Revision:532198
532198 security/softether5/Makefile
532198 security/softether5/distinfo
security/softether5: Update to 5.01.9673

Sponsored by:	HAW International
Tue, 17 Mar 2020
[ 06:18 meta ] Original commit   Revision:528561
528561 security/softether5/Makefile
528561 security/softether5/distinfo
security/softether5: fix build on aarch64

Tested on Amazon EC2 A1 instances with FreeBSD/ARM 12 image[1].
Build on mips also should be fixed (not actually tested).


Sponsored by:	HAW International
Tue, 18 Feb 2020
[ 08:17 meta ] Original commit   Revision:526441
526441 security/softether5/Makefile
526441 security/softether5/distinfo
security/softether5: fix build on non-x86 architectures

Tested on: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

Sponsored by:	HAW International
Tue, 26 Nov 2019
[ 05:07 meta ] Original commit   Revision:518447
518447 security/softether5/Makefile
518447 security/softether5/distinfo
security/softether5: Update to 5.01.9672

Sponsored by:	HAW International, Inc.
Tue, 17 Sep 2019
[ 08:02 meta ] Original commit   Revision:512198
512198 security/softether5/Makefile
512198 security/softether5/distinfo
512198 security/softether5/files/extra-patch-unrestrict-enterprise-functions
512198 security/softether5/files/patch-chain-certs-dir
512198 security/softether5/files/patch-piddir
512198 security/softether5/files/patch-use-system-cpu_features
512198 security/softether5/files/
512198 security/softether5/pkg-plist
security/softether5: make LogFileList command [1] work properly

- Move patch files to my GitHub fork to follow upstream easier
- Use separate PIDDIR from DBDIR

Thu, 11 Jul 2019
[ 01:56 meta ] Original commit   Revision:506395
506395 security/softether5/Makefile
506395 security/softether5/distinfo
security/softether5: Update to 5.01.9671

There's no detailed release note on SoftEther Developer Edition however
JSON-RPC administration and HTML5 administration console has been added
as well as v4.30-9696-beta [1].

Tue, 9 Apr 2019
[ 07:38 meta ] Original commit   Revision:498458
498458 security/softether5/Makefile
498458 security/softether5/distinfo
security/softether5: Update to 5.01.9670

Sponsored by:	HAW International, Inc.
Mon, 25 Feb 2019
[ 05:07 meta ] Original commit   Revision:493835
493835 security/Makefile
493835 security/softether-devel/Makefile
493835 security/softether/Makefile
493835 security/softether5
493835 security/softether5/Makefile
493835 security/softether5/distinfo
493835 security/softether5/files
493835 security/softether5/files/extra-patch-unrestrict-enterprise-functions
493835 security/softether5/files/patch-chain-certs-dir
493835 security/softether5/files/patch-piddir

(Only the first 10 of 17 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
New port: security/softether5: SoftEther VPN 5 (Developer Edition)

SoftEther VPN ("SoftEther" means "Software Ethernet") is an
open-source cross-platform multi-protocol VPN program, created as an
academic project in the University of Tsukuba.  Its protocol is very
fast and it can be used in very restricted environments, as it's able
to transfer packets over DNS and ICMP.  A NAT-Traversal function is
also available, very useful in case the required ports cannot be
opened on the firewall.  The supported third party protocols are
OpenVPN, L2TP/IPSec and SSTP.

This port is a bleeding-edge developer version of SoftEther, not for
production use.  If you're looking for a solid and stable version,
use security/softether (RTM version) or security/softether-devel
(stable version) instead.  This version is available also on other
other than i386/amd64 processors. Users who want to use SoftEther on
single board computers such as Raspberry Pi, BeagleBoard or other
embedded devices, try this port.


Number of commits found XX: 11

User Login
Create account

Servers and bandwidth provided by
New York Internet, iXsystems, and RootBSD

This site
What is FreshPorts?
About the authors
How big is it?
The latest upgrade!

Enter Keywords:

Latest Vulnerabilities
giteaNov 21
nodeNov 21
node12Nov 21
node14Nov 21
muttNov 20
mantisNov 14
goNov 12
py-saltNov 12
openoffice-4Nov 10
openoffice-develNov 10
raptor2Nov 09
py-notebookNov 08
mariadb103-server*Nov 07
mariadb104-server*Nov 07
mariadb105-server*Nov 07

9 vulnerabilities affecting 54 ports have been reported in the past 14 days

* - modified, not new

All vulnerabilities

Last updated:
2020-11-22 15:51:41

Deleted ports
Sanity Test Failures

NEW Graphs (Javascript)

Calculated hourly:
Port count 41463
Broken 61
Deprecated 279
Ignore 301
Forbidden 4
Restricted 142
Vulnerable 19
Expired 4
Set to expire 249
Interactive 0
new 24 hours 15
new 48 hours18
new 7 days44
new fortnight88
new month186

Servers and bandwidth provided by
New York Internet, iXsystems, and RootBSD
Valid HTML, CSS, and RSS.
Copyright © 2000-2020 Dan Langille. All rights reserved.