I have several RH-9 servers that I'd like to migrate to FreeBSD 4.9 latter this year. So I put up a test 4.9 server to get fully acquainted before heading off to a new universe [grin].
My Question: I read a CERT notification about the OpenSSH vulnerability (just a few days ago) so if needed, I'd like to apply an upgraded OpenSSH to the FreeBSD server. But when I went to the freebsd.org's errata page (http://www.freebsd.org/releases/4.9R/errata.html), I didn't see a reporting of the OpenSSH vulnerability.
Is FreeBSD's OpenSSH not vulnerable then? (I guess not??)
However... where is OpenSSH?
After running cvsup and "make index && make readmes", I ran "pkg_version -v". The output showed that all of my installed programs were up to date with the ports (am I reading this right?).
I ran "pkg_info" and there was no OpenSSH, only "OpenSSH-askpass".
[BTW, here is my supfile] *default host=cvsup6.FreeBSD.org *default base=/usr *default prefix=/usr *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_4_9 *default delete use-rel-suffix
On my Redhat boxes I just run "apt-get" and the patched OpenSSH packages are right there.
I'm fairly new at FreeBSD so please forgive my stumblings about :)
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