The FreeBSD Security Team has announced that version 11.2 will be no longer be supported and deprecated at the end of October. For those who are still on 11.2, you may want to consider upgrading to version 12.0, or 12.1 once the official release is out in a few weeks. Thank you for supporting FreeBSD!

Dear FreeBSD community,
As of October 31, 2019, FreeBSD 11.2 will reach end-of-life and will no longer
be supported by the FreeBSD Security Team.  Users of FreeBSD 11.2 are strongly
encouraged to upgrade to a newer release as soon as possible.

The currently supported branches and releases and their expected end-of-life
dates are:

 +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
 |   Branch    |   Release    |  Release Date     |      Estimated EoL      |
 +-------------+--------------+-------------------+-------------------------+
 | stable/12   | N/A          | N/A               | September 30, 2021      |
 +-------------+--------------+-------------------+-------------------------+
 | releng/12.0 | 12.0-RELEASE | December 11, 2018 | 12.1-RELEASE + 3 months |
 +-------------+--------------+-------------------+-------------------------+
 | stable/11   | N/A          | N/A               | September 30, 2021      |
 +-------------+--------------+-------------------+-------------------------+
 | releng/11.3 | 11.3-RELEASE | July 9, 2019      | 11.4-RELEASE + 3 months |
 +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Please refer to https://security.freebsd.org/ for an up-to-date list of
supported releases and the latest security advisories.

[FreeBSD-Announce] FreeBSD 11.2 end-of-life: https://www.mail-archive.com/freebsd-announce@freebsd.org/msg00919.html