Re: OpenSMTPD::Password perl module now supports openbsd

2020-03-19 Thread Chris Bennett
Thanks, I'll give them a try and if nothing else, learn more about
writing filters.
Perl is my language of choice.

Much Apppreciated,
Chris Bennett

OpenSMTPD::Password perl module now supports openbsd

2020-03-19 Thread Edgar Pettijohn
OpenBSD is now supported and tested on OpenBSD 6.6 stable. Install both 
modules listed below and then just 'use OpenSMTPD::Password qw/newhash 
checkhash/;' It will automatically detect the XS module and use it.

On 3/18/20 10:29 AM, Edgar Pettijohn wrote:
Just updated the module with a few minor tweaks, mostly just making it 
more perl like and a few more error checks. Also requires 
BSD::arc4random to provide random numbers as opposed to the perl 
builtin rand(). Should make the truly paranoid types happy :) Again it 
still only works for portable. Plan on adding openbsd support this 
weekend hopefully. If not sometime soon.

I'm also working on a plack app for adding/deleting users and allowing 
users to change their passwords. Its still pretty rough, but mostly 
works. Currently it only supports sql databases. Tested with mariadb, 
but I think its generic enough that mysql and postgres should work out 
of the box. If anyone is interested in checking it out let me know. It 
would really benefit from some html gurus attention.