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Aleksei Shpakovskii

How to implement CFEngine custom promise types in bash

This blog post will focus on the bash programming part of implementing a promise type. To understand what custom promise types are, and how to use them, you should read the introduction first. To implement a custom promise type in CFEngine, you need a promise module. The module is an executable, and can be written in any language. It’s possible to write one from scratch, but to make it as easy as possible, we decided to provide libraries for common programming languages.

January 29, 2021

Updated Windows packages

Recently a security flaw, CVE-2019-1552, has been discovered in OpenSSL. This vulnerability affects the Windows Enterprise agent packages. To mitigate this security vulnerability we have rebuilt CFEngine with the fix to this issue. These packages have been re-released with the version number CFEngine 3.12.2-4. As always, you can download CFEngine Enterprise packages from the download page, Note that only the affected packages have been re-released. CFEngine Community wasn’t affected at all, due to lack of affected feature, Upgrade today, and make your automation even more secure!

August 26, 2019
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