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Crypt::OpenSSL::Bignum is the perl interface for OpenSSL's
multiprecision integer arithmetic.

Crypt::OpenSSL::Random is a perl Interface to OpenSSL PRNG methods

Crypt::OpenSSL::RSA provides the ability to RSA encrypt strings which
are somewhat shorter than the block size of a key. It also allows for
decryption, signatures and signature verification.

Mail-DKIM is a Perl module that implements the new Domain Keys
Identified Mail (DKIM) standard, and the older Yahoo! DomainKeys
standard, both of which sign and verify emails using digital signatures
and DNS records. Mail-DKIM can be used by any Perl program that wants
to provide support for DKIM and/or DomainKeys.

NOTE: Automatically created during Factory devel project migration by admin.

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spamassassin adds a header line that shows if the mail has been determined spam or not. This way, you can decide what to do with the mail within the scope of your own filtering rules in your MUA (Mail User Agent, your mail program) or your LDA (Local Delivery Agent).


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This project was created for package cyrus-imapd via attribute OBS:Maintained

This project was created for package postfix via attribute OBS:Maintained

This project was created for package yast2-sap-ha via attribute OBS:Maintained


The project networking is intended for packages providing various networking services and related tools.

repository SLE_15 is for the latest service pack in SLE15.
repository SLE_12 is for the latest service pack in SLE12.


NOTE: Automatically created during Factory devel project migration by admin.


NOTE: Automatically created during Factory devel project migration by admin.


Kerberos V5 is a trusted-third-party network authentication system,



Fence Agents is a Python API for creating STONITH / fencing agents, as well as an extensive library of agents for different fencing devices and methods.

heartbeat is a sophisticated multinode resource manager for High
Availability clusters.

It can failover arbitrary resources, ranging from IP addresses over NFS
to databases that are tied in via resource scripts. The resources can
have arbitrary dependencies for ordering or placement between them.

heartbeat contains a cluster membership layer, fencing, and local and
clusterwide resource management functionality.

1.2/1.0 based 2-node only configurations are supported in a legacy

heartbeat implements the following kinds of heartbeats:

- Serial ports

- UDP/IPv4 broadcast, multi-cast, and unicast

- IPv4 "ping" pseudo-cluster members.


This package is based on the package 'libcares2' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

c-ares is a C library that performs DNS requests and name resolves
asynchronously. c-ares is a fork of the library named 'ares', written
by Greg Hudson at MIT.

Amavisd-new is a high-performance interface between mailer (MTA) and
content checkers: virus scanners or SpamAssassin. It talks to the MTA
via (E)SMTP, LMTP, or by using helper programs. It works with the
following MTAs:

- postfix

- sendmail (sendmail-milter)

- exim

Two utilities, written by Edwin Groothuis, to test and debug DHCP:

dhcpdump This parses tcpdump output to display the dhcp-packets for
easier checking and debugging.

dhcping This allows the system administrator to check if a remote DHCP
server is still functioning.

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dhcpcd gets an IP address and other information from a corresponding
DHCP server, configures the network interface automatically, and tries
to renew the lease time depending on the command line option.

DKIMproxy is an SMTP-proxy that signs and/or verifies emails, using the
Mail::DKIM module. It is designed for Postfix, but should work with any
mail server. It comprises two separate proxies, an "outbound" proxy for
signing outgoing email, and an "inbound" proxy for verifying signatures
of incoming email. With Postfix, the proxies can operate as either
Before-Queue or After-Queue content filters.


The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the time of a
computer client or server to another server or reference time source,
such as a radio, satellite receiver, or modem.

Ntpd is an operating system daemon that sets and maintains the system
time-of-day synchronized with Internet standard time servers.

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