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Version: 1.0.39, Package name: tarsnap-1.0.39
Maintained by: James Turner
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Description
Tarsnap is an online encrypted backup service. It presents a tar-like
command-line interface, but stores data online rather than locally;
using ideas taken from the author's FreeBSD Update and Portsnap
utilities, it maximizes performance by recognizing duplicate data and
only storing it once, and cryptographically encrypts and signs archives
using locally-held keys in order to guarantee that nobody without access
to the key file (including the author) can read or modify archives.

See http://www.tarsnap.com for details or to sign up for this service.


Filesize: 626.063 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2017-07-30) Updated to version: tarsnap-1.0.39
  • (2017-07-16) Updated to version: tarsnap-1.0.38
  • (2016-03-11) Updated to version: tarsnap-1.0.37
  • (2015-08-25) Updated to version: tarsnap-1.0.36.1
  • (2015-08-21) Updated to version: tarsnap-1.0.36
  • (2013-08-07) Updated to version: tarsnap-1.0.35
  • (2013-07-16) Updated to version: tarsnap-1.0.34
  • (2012-09-08) Updated to version: tarsnap-1.0.33
  • (2011-12-13) Updated to version: tarsnap-1.0.31
  • (2011-03-19) Package added to openports.se, version tarsnap-1.0.29 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2017-07-29 12:21:16 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update tarsnap to 1.0.39
   2017-07-29 12:21:16 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update tarsnap to 1.0.39
   2017-07-15 19:52:10 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update tarsnap to 1.0.38
Major changes:
- tarsnap accepts an --iso-dates option, which causes times to be
printed in YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS format rather than the traditional
unix ls -l style.
- tarsnap accepts a --force-resources option to proceed with
decryption of a passphrase-encrypted key file even if it is
anticipated to use an excessive amount of memory or CPU time. (This
may be useful if tarsnap inaccurately estimates the amount of memory
your system has available.)
- tarsnap accepts an --archive-names <file> option, which reads a list
of archive names to operate on when operating in -d and --print-stats
modes.
   2017-07-15 19:52:10 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update tarsnap to 1.0.38
Major changes:
- tarsnap accepts an --iso-dates option, which causes times to be
printed in YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS format rather than the traditional
unix ls -l style.
- tarsnap accepts a --force-resources option to proceed with
decryption of a passphrase-encrypted key file even if it is
anticipated to use an excessive amount of memory or CPU time. (This
may be useful if tarsnap inaccurately estimates the amount of memory
your system has available.)
- tarsnap accepts an --archive-names <file> option, which reads a list
of archive names to operate on when operating in -d and --print-stats
modes.
   2016-03-10 10:37:31 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update tarsnap to 1.0.37.
This version adds several new options, including --passphrase-time option for increased security of passphrase-protected key files, along with minor bug fixes and some additional warnings about common user errors.
   2016-03-10 10:37:31 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update tarsnap to 1.0.37.
This version adds several new options, including --passphrase-time option for increased security of passphrase-protected key files, along with minor bug fixes and some additional warnings about common user errors.
   2015-08-25 12:46:05 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Tell PORTROACH to ignore version that end in a-z
   2015-08-24 12:58:17 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update tarsnap to 1.0.36.1.
Fixes a build issue that doesn't affect OpenBSD.
   2015-08-24 12:58:17 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update tarsnap to 1.0.36.1.
Fixes a build issue that doesn't affect OpenBSD.
   2015-08-23 16:24:01 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Backport tarsnap to 1.0.36.
This version fixes a theoretically exploitable one-byte buffer overflow
when archiving objects with long path names; a vulnerability which
allows a corrupt archive to crash tarsnap; and two bugs which cause
tarsnap to crash if the network is inoperative when it launches. This
version also adds support for performing "dry runs" without tarsnap
keys, which makes it possible to estimate tarsnap usage costs without
first creating a tarsnap account.
   2015-08-23 16:02:02 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Backport tarsnap to 1.0.36.
This version fixes a theoretically exploitable one-byte buffer overflow
when archiving objects with long path names; a vulnerability which
allows a corrupt archive to crash tarsnap; and two bugs which cause
tarsnap to crash if the network is inoperative when it launches. This
version also adds support for performing "dry runs" without tarsnap
keys, which makes it possible to estimate tarsnap usage costs without
first creating a tarsnap account.
   2015-08-21 09:15:44 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update tarsnap to 1.0.36.
Due to security and bug fixes this upgrade is strongly recommended.
This version fixes a theoretically exploitable one-byte buffer overflow
when archiving objects with long path names; a vulnerability which
allows a corrupt archive to crash tarsnap; and two bugs which cause
tarsnap to crash if the network is inoperative when it launches. This
version also adds support for performing "dry runs" without tarsnap
keys, which makes it possible to estimate tarsnap usage costs without
first creating a tarsnap account.
   2015-08-21 09:15:44 by James Turner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update tarsnap to 1.0.36.
Due to security and bug fixes this upgrade is strongly recommended.
This version fixes a theoretically exploitable one-byte buffer overflow
when archiving objects with long path names; a vulnerability which
allows a corrupt archive to crash tarsnap; and two bugs which cause
tarsnap to crash if the network is inoperative when it launches. This
version also adds support for performing "dry runs" without tarsnap
keys, which makes it possible to estimate tarsnap usage costs without
first creating a tarsnap account.
   2015-04-21 12:19:27 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (20)
Log message:
add some missing pthread to WANTLIB
(using modified portbump, thanks zhuk@)