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The FreeBSD Security Team has issued 2 security warnings: FreeBSD-SA-09:04.bind – BIND DNSSEC incorrect checks for malformed signatures FreeBSD-SA-09:03.ntpd - ntpd cryptographic signature bypass
The first lecture from Kirk McKusick’s full length FreeBSD Kernel Internals course has been posted to the BSD Conferences channel on YouTube. The following video is the first hour of Marshall Kirk McKusick’s course on FreeBSD kernel internals based on his book, The Design and … Continue reading
This article explains how FreeBSD is utilised at the core of Coyote Point’s appliance. Coyote is a networking vendor and provider of load balancing technologies. While Coyote Point includes its share of proprietary development and features into its Equalizer GX platform, … Continue reading
The FreeBSD GNOME team has announced the release of GNOME 2.24.2 for FreeBSD. The official release notes can be found at http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.24/ . On the FreeBSD front, this release introduces Fuse support in HAL, adds multi-CPU support to libgtop, WebKit updates, and … Continue reading
Robert Watson has announced a test snapshot of OpenBSM 1.1 (alpha 5) The following are the change notes from the OpenBSM NEWS file included with this release: Stub libauditd(3) man page added. All BSM error number constants with BSM_ERRNO_. Interfaces to convert between … Continue reading
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Chris Buechler has announced the availability of pfSense 1.2.2, a security and bug-fix release of the FreeBSD-based firewall system: pfSense 1.2.2 released! Only five changes from 1.2.1, but we did want to get these issues fixed and an updated version … Continue reading