The latest issue of BSD Magazine features an article discussing real-time distributed messaging (by Abdorrahman Homaei), increasing awareness of cyber attacks by tracking them in Linux servers, major changes in OpenBSD 6.2, emulating old school DOS games, an interview with researcher Yue Chen of Florida State University, and more. You can download the PDF/EPUB here.

Dear Readers,

The month of October is drawing to an end and it’s worth to note that it was a month full of events and meetings. First of all, I would like to bring to your attention to two releases: OpenBSD 6.2 and FreeBSD 10.4-RELEASE. Both are currently available. Moreover, there are a few events where you have the opportunity to meet each other.
In the BSD magazine, as always, we include a few top-notch articles. I really enjoy working on them. I would like to thank the BSD team members for reviewing and proofreading, and iXsystems for their constant support and time to make every edition a success.
And now, let’s read the articles!
Enjoy!
Ewa & The BSD Team

Download BSD Mag Vol. 11 No. 10: https://bsdmag.org/download/real-time-distributed-messaging-freebsd-nsq/