HOWTO: Use security/logcheck to keep tabs on your system

This tutorial by user junovitch shows us how to use security/logcheck to keep tabs on your FreeBSD system. security/logcheck is a useful tool to help keep tabs on your system logs. Per the port’s pkg-descr: Logcheck helps spot problems, anomalies and security...
The FreeBSD Foundation introduces new board member

The FreeBSD Foundation introduces new board member

Recently, The FreeBSD Foundation announced the addition of Cheryl R. Blain to the Board of Directors. We sat down with Cheryl to find out more about her background and what brought her to the Foundation. Take a look at what she has to say: Tell us a little about...

NanoBSD on RasberryPi

Felix Osgris runs his PC Engines DSL router on a stripped down version of nanoBSD and he’s now also uploaded a config file to run nanobsd on the RaspberryPi. If this is something you want to try out, have a look at this RaspberryPi – nanoBSD...

FreeBSD Advisories (devfs, tcp, openssl)

The FreeBSD Security Team has notified the FreeBSD community of the following security vulnerabilities: FreeBSD-SA-14:07.devfs FreeBSD-SA-14:08.tcp FreeBSD-SA-14:09.openssl Please read the advisories and take the appropriate...