FreeBSD ports which are currently marked forbidden

linimon at FreeBSD.org linimon at FreeBSD.org
Mon Jan 7 08:33:36 UTC 2013


As part of an ongoing effort to reduce the number of problems in the
FreeBSD ports system, we periodically notify users about
ports that are marked as "forbidden" in their Makefiles.  Often,
these ports are so marked due to security concerns, such as known
exploits.

An overview of each port, including errors seen on the build farm,
is included below.

portname:           graphics/linux-tiff
forbidden because:  Vulnerable since 2004-10-13,
                    http://portaudit.freebsd.org/8816bf3a-7929-11df-bcce-0018f3e2eb82.html
build errors:       none.
overview:           http://portsmon.FreeBSD.org/portoverview.py?category=graphics&portname=linux-tiff


portname:           lang/eperl
forbidden because:  Vulnerable since 2001-06-21,
                    http://portaudit.freebsd.org/73efb1b7-07ec-11e2-a391-000c29033c32.html
build errors:
http://pointyhat.FreeBSD.org/errorlogs/sparc64-errorlogs/e.7.20101015091133/eperl-2.2.14_3.log.bz2 (_Jul_31_06:17:35_UTC_2010)
overview:           http://portsmon.FreeBSD.org/portoverview.py?category=lang&portname=eperl


portname:           security/sudosh3
forbidden because:  Secunia Advisory SA38292, ISS X-Force sudosh-replay-bo
                    (55903), replay() function buffer overflow.
build errors:       none.
overview:           http://portsmon.FreeBSD.org/portoverview.py?category=security&portname=sudosh3


portname:           x11-toolkits/linux-pango
forbidden because:  Vulnerable since 2009-05-13,
                    http://portaudit.freebsd.org/4b172278-3f46-11de-becb-001cc0377035.html
build errors:       none.
overview:           http://portsmon.FreeBSD.org/portoverview.py?category=x11-toolkits&portname=linux-pango


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