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E.g., this is what is fetched and then eval'd for CGI-Builder:
# # ; print << "EOS" I hope you will appreciate CGI::Builder 1.2. If you have any problem with this installation, please report it at http:://perl.4pro.net EOS #
The eval seems completely unnecessary, it seems like he could just as easily fetch just the message itself, and then print it from Makefile.PL instead of using eval.

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in thread Blatant security problem in certain CPAN module installs by toma

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