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ffingerd

ffingerd is a small and secure finger daemon for Unix. It is meant to be run from inetd, designed for security, so that admins don't have to kill the finger service. It has support for autoconf and PGP/GPG.

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  •  24 Jan 2000 20:40

    Release Notes: IPv6 support (untested) and a Makefile cleanup.

    •  07 Jul 1999 03:13

      Release Notes: Cleaned up the Makefile to make more GNU compliant and allow compilation in different directory.

      •  12 May 1999 16:48

        Release Notes: "make install" now makes all directories before installing files into them. If the .nofinger file cannot be opened for a reason besides "file not found", assume the user does not want to be fingered.

        •  12 May 1999 16:47

          Release Notes: "make install" now makes all directories before installing files into them and if we cannot open the .nofinger file for some other reason than "file not found", assume the user does not want to be fingered.

          •  23 Apr 1999 08:53

            Release Notes: Security relevant typo fixed that would reveal whether a user was there or not (which ffingerd was meant not to reveal in the first place).

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