There was something about this from the procmail list. From
/msg00025.html?43#mfs I learned that adding -U to the #!/usr/bin/perl at the
top of sanitizer.pl will fix the problem.
Based on the perlrun manpage
-U allows Perl to do unsafe operations. Currently the only "unsafe"
tions are the unlinking of directories while running as
running setuid programs with fatal taint checks turned into
Note that the -w switch (or the "$^W" variable) must be used
this option to actually generate the taint-check warnings.
The error messages have gone away. It appears that the problem is fixed,
although it doesn't seem like the best option...
Thanks for the help
From: mark david mcCreary [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2002 3:11 PM
Subject: Re: [anomy-list]: Insecure dependency
> > >
> > > and then when it recovers, it leaves the leading F off the From in
> > > envelope information.
> > > e.g.
> > > rom firstname.lastname@example.org Tue May 7 13:43:21 2002
> > >
I think this is a sign that your locking strategy in procmail is not
Procmail gives you several types of locking styles to use, and my
first guess is that yours is not working.
See the procmail mailing list at www.procmail.org for the searchable
mail archive, and you should find plenty of email to read on this