• eForensics Magazine
  • Hakin9 Magazine
  • Pentest Magazine
  • Software Developer's Journal
  • Ok_adka_bsd_09_2011

    Protecting dynamic websites in FreeBSD

    • Free Issue to Download! BSD 09/2011
    • DNSSEC resolution and IPv6 Unbound on FreeBSD 8.2
    • Keeping up to date in PC-BSD 9
    • Using Life Preserver to Backup a PC-BSD 9.0 System to FreeNAS™ 8.0.1
    • Recovering data with hammer
    • Apache2, php5, mysql5, modsecurity2.5 installation and confguration in order to protect dynamic websites from various attacks, in Freebsd 8.2
    • MySQL Unleashed!
    • Terminal Descriptions for OpenBSD AMD/Intel consoles
    • (Ab)using VideoLAN: Learn what you can do with your video and audio using powerful VideoLAN command line interface
    • NetBSD Intrusion Detection Server. How can we describe the functions of such a server?
  • Memory_file_system_in_freebsd_08_2011

    Memory File System in FreeBSD

    • Free Issue to Download! BSD 08/2011
    • Getting Started with FreeNAS™ 8.0.1
    • Your BSD ‘App Store’ with pbulk: Building everything in pkgsrc with automation using DragonFlyBSD
    • mfsBSD – The Swiss Army Knife for FreeBSD system administrators
    • How To Make Memory File System In FreeBSD
    • Manipulating map data using QGIS
    • IPv6: Open with Care
    • Puffy The Hobbit – The Challenge of Porting GNOME 3 to OpenBSD
    • What It Takes Starting and Running an Open Source Certification Program, Part III
  • Bsd_security_bsd_07_2011-1

    BSD Security

    • Free Issue to Download! BSD 07/2011
    • Larger scale FreeBSD
    • DragonflyBSD news: Testing Hammer Deduplication on Real-world Data
    • PC-BSD’s New Control Panel
    • Using POSTGIS tabular and geographic data with FreeBSD
    • Collectd – A look at the Systems Statistics Collection Daemon
    • Using Memcached for High Scalability Web Services
    • LDAP Authentication and Authorization of Unix Users Under OpenBSD
    • Building a complete intrusion detection system with Snorby on BSD
    • Full Disk Encryption on FreeBSD
    • What It Takes: Starting and Running an Open Source Certification Program, Part II
    • Interview with Paul Schenkeveld