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4

Dec

TLS Hardening

TLS Hardening Emmanuel Dreyfus This document presents TLS and how to make it secure enough, as of Spring 2014. Of …

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4

Dec

Return Oriented Programming

Introduction   Since 1988, the Morris Worm stack overflow has been a nightmare for developers. Several countermeasures have been created …

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4

Dec

Beyond BIOS, The Extended Firmware Interface (EFI)

Abstract This article describes the overall features and principles of the Extended Firmware Interface (EFI), including why you might want …

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4

Dec

Flaws in Unix-like Rootkits and Anti-rootkit Tools

Most high-profile intrusions of the past decade haven’t been found due to intrusion detection sensors or complicated forensic tools. Instead, …

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4

Dec

Hardened BSD

HardenedBSD – Proactive Security Project Oliver Pinter and Shawn Webb brought to life a security-centric distribution of FreeBSD called HardenedBSD. …

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6

Nov

Pros & Cons of Keyword Driven Testing

Testing is a vital element of software development as it enables you to measure software quality. Today, testing can be …

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24

Oct

Optimized FreeBSD Is On Its Way To Support ARMv8 Architectures

In cooperating with the FreeBSD Foundation, Cavium Inc. Will contribute directly to FreeBSD, supply engineering expertise and provide reference ThunderX …

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22

Oct

Why Unix-Like Operating Systems Are To Boost More Security Trust?

The security features of the Linux kernel have evolved significantly to satisfy modern demands, although the Unix Discretionary Access Control …

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17

Oct

The Z File System (ZFS) in FreeBSD

ZFS is commonly employed by data hoarders, NAS users, and the geeks who prefer to trust a redundant storage system …

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16

Oct

FreeBSD 10.1 Is to Support Secure Boot Capabilities

Secure boot will be backed up by default in the upcoming FreeBSD 10.1 release, which is due to be built …

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