I think that the package IS NOT for use as is.

You have to modify before deployment on your PCs.

In the modification 

-          First of all, you have to change backuppc user/password

-          And then you can “blat” your admin there is a new PC to backup.

 

So instead of removing blat, perhaps searching for another mail sender tool.

 

       .YO.

 

De : Craig Barratt [mailto:cbarr...@users.sourceforge.net] 
Envoyé : jeudi 16 février 2017 02:49
À : General list for user discussion, questions and support
Objet : Re: [BackupPC-users] cygwin-rsyncd-3.0.9.0 and cygwin-rsyncd-3.1.2 file 
integrity

 

Removing blat sounds like a good idea.  Would someone like to create a new 
cygwin-rsyncd-3.1.2 wrapper and test it?

 

Currently none of the source files (which are mainly binaries) for the windows 
client installer are on github.  I can add them once we have a clean working 
version.

Craig

 

On Sun, Feb 12, 2017 at 10:10 AM, Dave Bespiaty <keeni...@gmail.com> wrote:

Ah, very good. Looked at install folder and blat indeed is there. Found in bin/ 
, a file called notify.bat that would notify a help desk email address gets 
used by that. It's unconfigured for mailing but exec stuff isn't commented out. 
Will do so for security reasons. Thanks for the heads up.  Not sure about the 
needs of installation at all for BackupPC use?

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From: Kenneth Porter 
Sent: Sun Feb 12 11:25:51 EST 2017
To: "General list for user discussion, questions and support" 
Subject: Re: [BackupPC-users] cygwin-rsyncd-3.0.9.0 and cygwin-rsyncd-3.1.2 
file integrity

 

--On Sunday, February 12, 2017 10:47 AM -0500 David Bespiaty 
<keeni...@gmail.com> wrote:
 Thanks for the response, That link  is where I already checked them. I
 checked the installer binary for both.  Here is a link to the test result

  <https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/c16e1e62f61f24921d0defd173508df88d0b48> 
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/c16e1e62f61f24921d0defd173508df88d0b48166f1f000bb9cc162d1c1375c4/analysis/

I haven't looked in detail at the installer but from the AV report I 
suspect it includes the freeware blat commandline mailer. I'm puzzled why 
the installer would need that. Perhaps the packager neglected to disable a 
bundling option to remove that.

<http://www.blat.net/>

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