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Stuff with the Perl Foundation. A couple of patches in the Perl core. A few CPAN modules. That about sums it up.

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Friday September 07, 2007
04:27 AM

Quick Security Fix For the Day

[ #34368 ]

You know, I should really start making a list of quick security fixes for people.

$ ack -al '(?<!#)\s*use.+CGI::Carp\s.*fatalsToBrowser' | wc -l

Or to make it even easier (with typo fix from smylers) :)

$ vim $(ack -al '(?<!#)\s*use.+CGI::Carp\s.*fatalsToBrowser')

You could also do that with perl -pi.bak, but I don't care to automate fixing security issues. You want to look at those directly The above, for example, won't recognize POD. Of course, it also won't recognize CGI::Carp->import('fatalsToBrowser').

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  • $ vim $(ack -al '(?<!#)\s*use.+CGI::Carp\s.*fatalsToBrowser' | wc -l)

    That makes Vim edit an empty file whose name, if later saved, will be a count how many files use fatalsToBrowser. (OK, it might not be empty if you happen to have a weird filenaming convention in your current directory — but either way I don't think it's what you meant to suggest.)