Issue 154
Published July 12, 2023

Teeny tiny edition, but hey, it’s summer time!


No releases.


No security announcements.

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


Valuable News – 2023/07/10: The Valuable News weekly series is dedicated to provide summary about news, articles and other interesting stuff mostly but not always related to the UNIX or BSD systems.

Major pfsync(4) Rewrite Has Been Committed: The major pfsync(4) rewrite on which we recently reported has been committed to -current by David Gwynne. Testers wanted.

BSD Now 514: OpenZFS, Your Data and the Challenge of Ransomware, I Didn’t Learn Unix By Reading All The Manpages, I try to answer “how to become a systems engineer”, Writing shell scripts in Nushell, Sudo and signal propagation, infecting SSH Public Keys with backdoors, OpenBSD Thinkpad, and more.

[CFT] sec(4) for Route Based IPSec VPNs: A new tool for creating flexible, route based site to site virtual private networks (site-to-site VPNs) is entering its call for testing phase on OpenBSD-current.

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