Issue 139
Published February 08, 2023

Seems like not much happened last week, but not really: new errata for sshd on OpenBSD + HardenedBSD report and more.


No releases.


OpenBSD Errata: February 2, 2023 (sshd): Errata patch for sshd(8) has been released for OpenBSD 7.2. Binary updates for the amd64, i386 and arm64 platform are available via the syspatch utility.

As always, it’s worth following BSDSec. RSS feed and Twitter account available.


BSD Now 492: Feeling for NetBSD : Writing your own operating system, Continuous Integration and Quality Assurance Update, feeling for the NetBSD community, Testing wanted: execute-only on amd64, GCC uses Modula-2 and Rust, do they work on OpenBSD, Unix is dead; long live Unix, and more.

HardenedBSD January 2023 Status Report: Updates for the projects (mainly src and infra) + goals for the next month.


OpenZFS – Auditing for Storage Performance: OpenZFS and storage in general is a complex and important part of any project’s architecture. It should be planned thoughtfully and ideally, ahead of time! In this article, they talk about how to understand, measure, and plan for storage performance needs.

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