In Other BSDs for 2014/08/16


A calm week, for once.

 

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  1. brynet says:

    OpenBSD’s tcpdump(1) is a fork, it has features that upstream tcpdump.org does not. It runs filters privsep to reduce the attack surface. FreeBSD only just recently got something like this with the Capsicum work.

    It also can dump raw 802.11 frames, which, I’ve never seen work on FreeBSD or Linux. :-)

  2. Anonymous says:

    So what happens to all the old OpenBSD stuff. I’ve been meaning to buy some T-shirts of theirs. DragonFly ones too. We need a DragonFly store like OpenBSD does. Anyone good at graphics?

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