Backports for Debian GNU/Linux Version 5.0, Codename Lenny
cdbs (0.4.87+slashproc50+1) - common build system for Debian packages
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This package contains the Common Debian Build System, an abstract build system based on Makefile inheritance which is completely extensible and overridable. In other words, CDBS provides a sane set of default rules upon which packages can build; any or all rules may be overridden as needed.

libhtml-stripscripts-parser-perl (1.03-1+slashproc50+1) - module to filter scripts out of HTML
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HTML::StripScripts::Parser is a Perl module that provides an easy interface to HTML::StripScripts, using HTML::Parser to parse the HTML. See HTML::Parser (see libhtml-parser-perl) for details of how to customise how the raw HTML is parsed into tags, and HTML::StripScripts (see libhtml-stripscripts-perl) for details of how to customise the way those tags are filtered.

libhtml-stripscripts-perl (1.05-1+slashproc50+1) - module for removing scripts from HTML
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HTML::StripScripts is a Perl module for neutralizes scripting constructs in HTML, leaving as much non-scripting markup in place as possible. This allows web applications to display HTML originating from an untrusted source without introducing cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities.

The process is based on whitelists of tags, attributes and attribute values. This approach is the most secure against disguised scripting constructs hidden in malicious HTML documents.

As well as removing scripting constructs, this module ensures that there is a matching end for each start tag, and that the tags are properly nested.

You will probably use HTML::StripScripts::Parser rather than using this module directly (see libhtml-stripscripts-parser-perl).

sympa (6.0.1+dfsg-2+slashproc50+1) - Modern mailing list manager
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Sympa is a scalable and highly customizable modern mailing list manager capable of handling big setups: 20.000 lists with 700,000 subscribers.

Here are some of its many features: - Advanced MIME support, including digests, anonymization and S/MIME encryption - Builtin password-based authentication, HTTPS X.509 certificates or use of LDAP database or Single Sign-On CAS or Shibboleth servers - Archive management with web access and RSS feeds - Moderation and administration via email, web and SOAP interface - Multi-lingual, translated to more than 30 languages - Virtual domains (virtual robots) - Local SQLite subscriber database or use of MySQL, PostgreSQL or LDAP - Integrated scripting language to extend and automate routines - Web inteface called WWSympa providing homogenous access for both users and admins to list overviews, customization, administration, searchable archives and optional web-based email reply form. - Clean moderation and expiration processing - Customizable service messages (templates) for owner and listmaster - Semi-automatic bounces management

SYMPA is french for 'SYstème de Multi-Postage Automatique', which means 'Automatic Multi Mailing System'.