dick hoogendijk wrote:
> Normally I upgrade my ports if I see new versions.
> But now I have a question: I saw a new apache22 version (apache-2.2.2_1)
> but on the apache site I could not find anything related to security bugs
> or whatever. I *did* find a version 2.2.3 though (not yet in ports!)
> So now I wonder, what is the difference of port apache-2.2.2 and the
> latest one "apache-2.2.2_1"
> Imho it should be nice to have some kind of info file in the port telling
> the reasons to upgrade. Does anyone know?
> Or should I just wait for apache-2.2.3 (can't be that long).

Others already mentioned you about the vulnerability found in v2.2.2. As
an addition, you might want to consider installing this:


It'll check and report on a daily basis any vulnerabilities found in
your currently installed ports.


Mikhail Goriachev

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