2014-04-16 15:04 GMT+02:00 Alexandr Ciornii alexcho...@gmail.com: A specially created server ( http://blog.meldium.com/home/2014/4/10/testing-for-reverse-heartbleed , in Russian: http://www.xakep.ru/post/62350/default.asp ) can send similar request to client. But such attack has low probability. It is not recommended to use such online services. Some really try to capture as much as they can from your system. Instead, use an open source offline solution that you run yourself for your machine : pacemaker. https://github.com/Lekensteyn/pacemaker I verified that openssl bundled with StrawberryPerl 188.8.131.52 is vulnerable. You can reproduce it like this (while pacemaker.py is running): C:\strawberry\c\bin\openssl s_client -connect 127.0.0.1:4433
Hi, You have probably heard of the now famous heartblead bug of the OpenSSL library. http://heartbleed.com/ StrawberryPerl is bundled with a binary of the OpenSSL library so I'm wondering if StrawberryPerl is affected by the bug. I had a look at the release notes of StrawberryPerl to look for the version number of the OpenSSL and all versions of StrawberryPerl since at least 184.108.40.206 have an OpenSSL in the range affected by the heartbleed bug. It would be helpful to have an official statement from the StrawberryPerl team regarding this issue and to display it prominently on the StrawberryPerl.com page. Olivier Mengué https://metacpan.org/author/DOLMEN
2012/11/13 Javier Marcon javiermar...@gmail.com Hello I installed Net::RabbitFoot (that uses AnyEvent) on Windows 2000 (with a Strawberyperl installation) and it doesn't work, it gives this error: Can't use string () as a subroutine ref while strict refs in use at C:/straw berry/perl/site/lib/Coro/AnyEvent.pm line 147. Line 147 of Coro::AnyEvent in Coro 6.10 is POD text, so I suspect that you are not using the latest version. So try to upgrade this module first. Which version of StrawberryPerl do you use? The same scripts in Ubuntu Linux work fine. Check if you are using the same version of Perl and of each module dependency (not just Coro). You can use Devel::TraceUse to list all modules loaded by the script. Olivier.
Hi, The IPC::Cmd 0.72 that is bundled in Strawberry 220.127.116.11-32bits has a major bug: it doesn't even compile. See RT#75033: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=75033 This blocks the clean install of major modules such as CPAN::Reporter. The user can of course upgrade the IPC::Cmd (if ever he understands the problem), but this gives a bad experience for first time Perl users. Would it be possible that a new patched version of Strawberry be released that would just upgrade IPC::Cmd to 0.76? Thanks, Olivier.
2011/7/26 Dami Laurent (PJ) laurent.d...@justice.ge.ch The Script Center has a lot or technical information and good recipes; see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/scriptcenter . However there is no indication about about a developer's community. The PowerShell community repository of code is here: http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/ScriptCenter/ Mostly scripts for sysadmins. Very few libraries. Libraries are written in .NET, and this is a different developer community.