The new BSD is released! We would like to present to you the new issue of BSD magazine. Inside, you will find articles, stories, interviews and much more. We tried to cover as much as we could in this issue so everyone can benefit from this edition, and I would like to believe that we succeeded. Inside you will find great authors, like David Carlier, Rui Silva, Leonardo Neves Bernardo, Jeremiah Brott, Mervyn Heng, Bob Monroe, Shawn Webb, Luca Ferrari who I also send my thanks to for their dedication and hard work by providing the great articles.
Ewa & BSD team
NetBSD and pkgsrc-wip
In this article, David will tell you more about NetBSD and its ports system. Pkgsrc is the framework to build third party packages for this system. You will see how to create a package and hopefully submit it. Hence, the pkgsrc should already be in your system. Otherwise, a full guide is available in David’s article.
Python Programming. Practical Project - Weather Forecast!
In this article, Rui is going to implement a Python module to read data from an API, process the information and display it, using Python plotting library, in a friendly way.
Secure Log Server With Rsyslog
Leonardo Neves Bernardo
Leonardo will discuss how to create a secure syslog server using rsyslog and how to protect syslog messages with Transport Layer Switching (TLS). Some advanced rsyslog configurations will be covered.
Raspberry Pi Hacking
The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It’s a capable little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video. We want to see it being used by kids all over the world to learn programming. If you love your Pi you’ll definitely love to hack it.
This tool is simple to install and use yet incredibly useful in supporting Application Security testing to find vulnerabilities and also facilitating offline analysis of malicious code, as well as malware embedded in websites. It is supported on multiple platforms so try it today.
Banana Pi Pro
What happens when you take the popular Raspberry Pi (RPi) microcomputer and hand it over to a Chinese company? You get an even more powerful and feature packed microcomputer with a similar name, the Banana Pi Pro. I guess “Blueberry” must have been taken already. The Banana Pi Pro is slightly larger than the RPi but it sure has more items added on. This board is a super-sized microcomputer if you look at the specs alone.
Interview with ...
Shawn Webb Tells You All About The HardenedBSD Project
Luca Ferrari & BSD Team
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