Framapiaf#openbsd

Which #OpenBSD version is newest? I'm rocking 6.1 iirc

sweet, just received my pinebook #arm64 laptop. I'll try to install #OpenBSD on it later tonight, but might run into some problems due to lack of video/framebuffer console.

#HYPE! #BSDCan 2017 videos are surfacing, and what better to start off with then Henning Brauer's tcp synfloods talk: youtube.com/watch?v=KuHepyI0_K

#OpenBSD

Kernel syspatches will soon be smaller thanks to KARL :
Oh, bien joué ça !
Les mises à jour d'OpenBSD seront encore plus petites puisque le kernel est relinké à chaque redémarrage (de façon aléatoire)
— (permalink) huit.re/MXnKgMNN

There's a good mix of new #OpenBSD #t2k17 hackathon reports up on undeadly, even one from @Vigdis! undeadly.org/cgi?action=front

Also, new OpenBSD Journal site is live!

Kernel syspatches will soon be smaller thanks to KARL :
Oh, bien joué ça !
Les mises à jour d'OpenBSD seront encore plus petites puisque le kernel est relinké à chaque redémarrage (de façon aléatoire)
— (permalink) huit.re/MXnKgMNN

#OpenBSD has cranked to 6.2-beta.

Start those testing systems!

Theo de Raadt on #RETGUARD: return-address protection using #clang: marc.ttias.be/openbsd-tech/201 #OpenBSD

"The preamble XOR's the return address at top of stack with the stack pointer value itself."

"ROP attack methods are impacted because existing gadgets are transformed to consist of '<gadget artifacts> <mangle ret address> RET'."

"That pivots the return sequence off the ROP chain in a highly unpredictable and inconvenient fashion."

Karchnu - Configuration réseau avancée sous OpenBSD :
Un autre exemple démontrant combien OpenBSD c'est génial :)
— (permalink) huit.re/avrjE5By

Karchnu - Configuration réseau avancée sous OpenBSD :
Un autre exemple démontrant combien OpenBSD c'est génial :)
— (permalink) huit.re/avrjE5By

@kellerfuchs @mwlucas
I'd be tempted to say it should be added to #OpenBSD's httpd, but I'm wondering if it wouldn't make more sense to add it as a preset in LibreSSL/OpenSSL. That's where the HIGH, MEDIUM, LOW, etc. comes from. Then it would get to anything using those libraries for free.