Nerius Landys <> wrote:
> I'm running 7.0-RELEASE and I want to defer upgrading to the current
> update (currently p9) and/or upgrading to 7.1 for as long as possible.
>  I occasionally csup /usr/src and have a gander at /usr/src/UPDATING,
> but I don't understand to the fullest extent what security holes may
> affect my system.
> What do you suggest that I do so that I am informed immediately when I
> need to upgrade from 7.0-RELEASE to something else because of a
> security hole that affects my system?  How will I know?

Ascertaining what security holes will affect your system is complicated.
If you have to ask this question, then I recommend that you apply all
security updates immediately and always assume that every vulnerability
is a potential problem for you.

Bill Moran
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