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Re: How to secure a perl script from attacks

by pemungkah (Priest)
on Jun 11, 2012 at 22:43 UTC ( #975656=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


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[stevieb]: It seems as though some Strawberry Perl downloads have incorrect checksums all of a sudden. Could someone please download http://strawberryp erl.com/download/5 .12.3.0/strawberry -perl-5.12.3.0- portable.zip and do an sha1sum on...
[stevieb]: ...it? I'm getting 309ad7a9ba74614fcd 0c65bff7ea4400c10f a92f, but the http://strawberryp erl.com/releases. html states 0e267fc2cf5a16126d a6f9520cc7664db63d 2b57 and want to ensure it's not just me
[stevieb]: ...or the proper download link and release page even...
[pryrt]: da39a3ee5e6b4b0d32 55bfef95601890afd8 0709 *strawberry-perl-5 .12.3.0-portable. zip
[pryrt]: matches neither. :-)
[stevieb]: wtf!? lol
[stevieb]: I'm checking some other versions. This is a little frightening
[pryrt]: Sorry, my bad: it was't done downloading when I did the sha1sum... now I match your 309ad... value

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