OpenBSD Journal

OpenBSD Security Presentation

Contributed by jose on from the slides dept.

Kurt Miller writes : "The New York City *BSD Users Group had its second meeting this week:

"OpenBSD Security," Wes Sonnenreich on Wednesday, February 4th at 7 pm

Wes Sonnenreich is the author of "Building Linux and OpenBSD Firewalls" and "Network Security Illustrated." His presentation looked at the OpenBSD operating system, and the clear lessons it teaches about building secure systems.

Location and more info at:

The kickoff meeting at LinuxWorld Expo was very interesting. I'm looking forward to hearing what Wes has to say."

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  1. By George () george at nycbug dot org on

    The meeting was excellent. From the presentations, to the discussions, including the late night ones that lasted, in some cases, until 3:30 am.

    You can find more details here , including an audio file of the meeting, some pictures and the meeting notes.


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