Changeset 92194


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Timestamp:
Apr 21, 2012, 6:16:16 PM (8 years ago)
Author:
pixilla@…
Message:

net/sshguard-ipfw:

  • Take advantage of maintainer timeout.
  • Add PortGroup obsolete.
  • Add replaced_by sshguard

net/sshguard:

  • Remove conflicts sshguard-ipfw
Location:
trunk/dports/net
Files:
2 edited

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  • trunk/dports/net/sshguard-ipfw/Portfile

    r64382 r92194  
     1# -*- coding: utf-8; mode: tcl; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- vim:fenc=utf-8:ft=tcl:et:sw=4:ts=4:sts=4
    12# $Id$
    23
    3 PortSystem 1.0
     4PortSystem          1.0
     5
     6replaced_by         sshguard
     7PortGroup           obsolete 1.0
     8
    49name                sshguard-ipfw
    510version             1.4
     11revision            1
    612categories          net security
    7 platforms           darwin
    8 maintainers         nefar@otherware.org
    9 
    10 description         Protects hosts from brute force attacks against ssh and other services using ipfw
    11 
    12 long_description    Sshguard monitors services from their logging activity. It \
    13                     reacts to messages about dangerous activity by blocking the \
    14                     source address with the local firewall. \
    15                     \
    16                     Sshguard employs a clever parser that can recognize several \
    17                     logging formats at once transparently (syslog, syslog-ng, \
    18                     metalog, multilog, raw messages), and detects attacks for \
    19                     many services out of the box, including SSH, FreeBSD's ftpd \
    20                     and dovecot.  It can operate all the major firewalling \
    21                     systems, including PF, netfilter/iptables, IPFIREWALL/ipfw, \
    22                     IPFILTER. \
    23                     \
    24                     Sshguard has several relevant features like support for \
    25                     IPv6, whitelisting, suspension, log message authentication. \
    26                     It is reliable, easy to set up and demands very few \
    27                     resources to the system.
    28 
    29 distname            sshguard-${version}
    30 homepage            http://sshguard.sourceforge.net
    31 master_sites        sourceforge:sshguard
    32 checksums           md5     76ec42919089c51a64df1cd5caa27e08 \
    33                     sha1    afd1134199ba41721b3d4032239529040e5dd367 \
    34                     rmd160  1a34d29d8849ea279049a8eb24ddef839dafdbf7
    35 use_bzip2           yes
    36 configure.args      --with-ipfw=/sbin/ipfw --with-firewall=ipfw
    37 startupitem.create  yes
    38 startupitem.start "tail -n0 -F /var/log/secure.log | ${prefix}/sbin/sshguard 2>&1 > /dev/null &"
    39 startupitem.stop "ps wuax | grep '\[s\]shguard$' | kill `awk '{ print \$2}'`"
     13license             BSD
  • trunk/dports/net/sshguard/Portfile

    r92170 r92194  
    55
    66name                sshguard
    7 conflicts           sshguard-ipfw
    87version             1.5
    98revision            1
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