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PRs for manpage 'ftpd(8)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'ftpd(8)' as of Fri May 30 07:37:12 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'ftpd(8)':
o2013/08/09bin/181157[patch] ftpd(8): New login.conf(5) capability "ftp-chdir" for ftpd(8)
o2010/02/05bin/143570ed[patch] stock ftpd(8) does not handle "filesize" limit right
o2007/11/08bin/117922ftpd(8): remote ftp user possible leave chrooted environment in 7.0-BETA2
o2006/01/04bin/91299[patch] add ftpd(8) SITE SHA256 command
s2004/11/02bin/73411[request] ftpd(8) could set attributes to 0600 while uploading; after upload is complete it could set attributes to 0644
o2004/01/02bin/60834[patch] ftpd(8) send_data()+oldway: anonymous transfer not logged if client drops conn.
o2003/11/28bin/59777[patch] ftpd(8)/FreeBSD 5: potential username enumeration vulnerability; PAM "template" user can't be used
o2003/11/28bin/59775[patch] ftpd(8)/FreeBSD 5: incorrect reply for "unimplemented" SITE command
o2003/11/28bin/59774[patch] ftpd(8)/FreeBSD 5: syslog facility may be changed by PAM modules
o2003/11/28bin/59772[patch] ftpd(8)/FreeBSD 5: support for tcp_wrappers in daemon mode
o2003/08/31bin/56249obrienftpd(8) has two bugs (motd, munged utmp)
o2002/08/11bin/41556obrien[patch] wtmp patch for ftpd(8)
o2002/01/22bin/34171ftpd(8) indiscrete about unprivileged user accounts
o2000/07/20bin/20054ftpd(8) rotating _PATH_FTPDSTATFILE losts xferlog
14 problems total.


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