OpenBSD takes on OpenSSL project, implements changes

The OpenBSD team has started its own fork of OpenSSL, due to the backlash from the Heartbleed bug. The new project will be called LibreSSL, and is based on OpenSSL 1.0.1g. The team has already begun working on a major clean up of the code. The following list outlines...
BSD Magazine (December 2013) – CARP on FreeBSD

BSD Magazine (December 2013) – CARP on FreeBSD

December’s issue of the BSD Magazine is now available: CARP on FreeBSD (free PDF download). You’ll find the following subjects inside: Configuring a Highly Available Service on FreeBSD – part 2: CARP and devd In the first part of this series, we learned how to...
Ghosts in the machine: GhostBSD 3.5

Ghosts in the machine: GhostBSD 3.5

Jesse Smith has reviewed GhostBSD 3.5 in a feature story on Distrowatch and he likes what he has seen and used so far. I was fairly happy with my experience with GhostBSD this week. In the past I have enjoyed GhostBSD because of the project’s ability to showcase...
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