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Slashdot Items Tagged "openbsd"

Date / TimeStory
Thursday May 01, 2014 @12:56PM OpenBSD 5.5 Released
Tuesday April 22, 2014 @12:34PM Not Just a Cleanup Any More: LibreSSL Project Announced
Sunday April 20, 2014 @12:11AM OpenSSL Cleanup: Hundreds of Commits In a Week
Tuesday April 15, 2014 @01:57PM OpenBSD Team Cleaning Up OpenSSL
Thursday April 10, 2014 @11:20AM Theo De Raadt's Small Rant On OpenSSL
Wednesday March 05, 2014 @11:33AM Interview: Ask Theo de Raadt What You Will
Thursday February 27, 2014 @04:17PM Yes, You Too Can Be an Evil Network Overlord With OpenBSD
Sunday January 19, 2014 @11:48PM Romanian Bitcoin Entrepreneur Steps In To Pay OpenBSD Shortfall
Wednesday January 15, 2014 @01:19PM OpenBSD Looking At Funding Shortfall In 2014
Tuesday December 17, 2013 @09:13PM Theo de Raadt gives a 10-year summary on exploit mitigation in OpenBSD
Tuesday December 17, 2013 @03:28AM fuse support in OpenBSD -current
Sunday December 15, 2013 @09:21PM Theo De Raadt Says FreeBSD Is Just Catching Up On Security
Friday December 13, 2013 @06:42PM FUSE support in OpenBSD 5.4-current: last, but not least
Wednesday December 11, 2013 @04:16PM OpenSSH Has a New Cipher — Chacha20-poly1305 — from D.J. Bernstein
Saturday November 02, 2013 @09:24AM OpenBSD 5.4 Released
Wednesday May 01, 2013 @10:45AM OpenBSD 5.3 Released
Friday February 15, 2013 @08:09PM The State of BSD At the Start of 2013
Friday November 02, 2012 @03:09AM OpenBSD 5.2 Released
Thursday July 26, 2012 @05:58PM OpenBSD's De Raadt Slams Red Hat, Canonical Over 'Secure' Boot
Thursday June 14, 2012 @02:40AM OpenBSD Fork Bitrig Announced
Thursday May 03, 2012 @06:53AM Bug Busters! OpenBSD 5.1 Released
Friday April 06, 2012 @01:57PM The Optimum Attack Rate For SSH Bruteforce? Once Every Ten Seconds
Friday April 06, 2012 @12:55PM The Optimum Attack Rate for SSH Bruteforce? 1 Per 10 Seconds
Wednesday February 01, 2012 @03:42AM OpenBSD 5.0 Unleashed On the World
Thursday December 08, 2011 @09:53AM OpenDNS Releases DNS Encryption Tool
Wednesday December 07, 2011 @10:02PM OpenDNS Releases DNS Encryption Tool
Tuesday November 01, 2011 @12:02PM OpenBSD 5.0
Saturday October 29, 2011 @10:39AM Are Sensible Password Policies Starving The Hail M
Wednesday July 20, 2011 @03:43AM OpenBSD Marches Toward 5.0 Release
Tuesday July 19, 2011 @11:51AM What to expect in OpenBSD 5.0 onwards
Saturday July 09, 2011 @01:08PM Anticipating the Post-ALTQ World
Monday May 02, 2011 @03:51AM OpenBSD 4.9 Released
Wednesday December 22, 2010 @02:02AM De Raadt Doubts Alleged Backdoors Made It Into OpenBSD
Wednesday December 15, 2010 @11:39PM BSD Coder Denies Adding FBI Backdoor
Tuesday December 14, 2010 @08:04PM FBI Alleged To Have Backdoored OpenBSD's IPSEC Stack
Tuesday December 14, 2010 @07:51PM Alleged FBI backdoors in OpenBSD IPSEC stack?
Tuesday December 14, 2010 @07:42PM FBI Alleged To Have Backdoored OpenBSD's IPSEC Stack
Sunday October 24, 2010 @05:19PM Possible OpenBSD-targeted attack code found
Thursday May 20, 2010 @04:11AM OpenBSD 4.7 Released
Saturday May 08, 2010 @12:43AM The Desktop Security Battle May Be Lost
Saturday March 13, 2010 @08:20PM OpenBSD 4.7 Preorders Are Up
Saturday March 13, 2010 @08:15PM OpenBSD 4.7 preorders are up
Wednesday March 10, 2010 @05:13PM OpenSSH 5.4 Released
Thursday January 21, 2010 @05:59AM The insecurity of OpenBSD
Thursday January 21, 2010 @12:44AM OpenBSD - not so secure afterall
Friday January 15, 2010 @05:24PM Powerful Linux ISP Router Distribution?
Wednesday November 04, 2009 @09:52AM Bug In Most Linuxes Can Give Untrusted Users Root
Monday October 19, 2009 @12:41PM OpenBSD 4.6 Released
Sunday October 18, 2009 @02:53PM openbsd 4.6 released
Friday July 17, 2009 @03:27AM Why OpenBSD's Release Process Works
Monday June 15, 2009 @09:30AM Are Code Reviews Worth It?
Friday May 01, 2009 @05:16PM Microsoft Releases Super-Secure XP to US Air Force
Tuesday April 28, 2009 @12:20PM Europe Funds Secure Operating System Research
Sunday April 19, 2009 @12:08PM A Secure OS For the Dalai Lama?
Thursday April 16, 2009 @02:09PM Vista Post-SP2 Is the Safest OS On the Planet
Monday February 09, 2009 @03:27PM How To, When You Have To Encrypt Absolutely Everything?
Thursday January 15, 2009 @09:45AM The 25-Year-Old BSD Bug
Tuesday December 23, 2008 @06:58AM The Slow Bruteforce Botnet(s) May Be Learning
Tuesday November 04, 2008 @08:23AM OpenBSD 4.4 Released
Thursday July 17, 2008 @06:05PM Linux's Security Through Obscurity
Wednesday June 11, 2008 @09:38PM Chinese Government Accused of Hacking Congress
Monday February 11, 2008 @08:12AM OpenBSD Will Not Fix PRNG Weakness
Monday November 05, 2007 @06:52AM What's New in OpenBSD 4.2?
Thursday October 18, 2007 @01:05PM Apple Adds Memory Randomization To Leopard
Thursday September 13, 2007 @04:13PM Theo de Raadt On Relicensing BSD Code
Monday August 13, 2007 @01:29AM Hardening Linux
Monday July 16, 2007 @12:02PM Building a Fully Encrypted NAS On OpenBSD
Wednesday May 02, 2007 @03:26PM OpenBSD 4.1 Released
Saturday April 07, 2007 @04:18PM GPL Code Found In OpenBSD Wireless Driver
Tuesday March 27, 2007 @05:06AM Making OpenBSD Binary Patches With Chroot
Tuesday January 02, 2007 @08:30AM DieHard, the Software
Wednesday November 01, 2006 @09:43PM OpenBSD 4.0 Released
Tuesday October 03, 2006 @09:00AM Intel Accused of Being an "Open Source Fraud"
Thursday September 21, 2006 @10:39AM OpenBSD 4.0 Pre-orders are Available
Thursday June 15, 2006 @06:53AM Hifn Restricts Crypto Docs, OpenBSD Opens Fire
Tuesday June 13, 2006 @07:31AM OpenBSD Ahead of Linux for Wi-Fi Drivers
Tuesday May 30, 2006 @10:52PM 2006 OpenBSD Hackathon Well Underway
Tuesday May 02, 2006 @04:33PM Kernel Trap Interview with Theo de Raadt
Monday May 01, 2006 @10:21AM OpenBSD 3.9 Released
Tuesday April 04, 2006 @09:58PM Mozilla Foundation Donates $10K to OpenSSH
Wednesday March 29, 2006 @12:16PM Theo de Raadt Discusses OpenBSD and Beyond
Monday March 27, 2006 @11:11AM OpenBSD 3.9 Adds Sensor Framework
Sunday March 26, 2006 @07:10PM OpenBSD Project in Financial Danger

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