All the dragonflybsd.org sites (www, bugs, gitweb, lists, leaf) should be available via https now, thanks to a wildcard certificate from InterNetX. Also, all the machines have an up-to-date version (1.0.1g) of OpenSSL installed to prevent the Heartbleed issue.
I’ve wanted more support for virtualized DragonFly systems. Sascha Wildner put together an experimental balloon memory driver to test out, and I ran it on two virtual machines separately, one with it loaded and one without, on the same host system. The problem is, I can’t tell what it does. The two machine reported almost […]
Many users have asked us about the recent OpenSSL Heartbleed bug. This only applies to users of PC-BSD 10.0, users of 9.x and earlier will not be effected. A patch has gone out this morning to correct the issue, which includes the following FreeBSD security advisories: http://www.freebsd.org/security/advisories/FreeBSD-SA-14:06.openssl.asc http://www.freebsd.org/security/advisories/FreeBSD-SA-14:05.nfsserver.asc By running the graphical “System Updater” you […]
About two years ago, OpenSSL introduced a new feature that you’ve never used or even heard about until yesterday, after somebody discovered a bug that could be used to read process memory.
As they say, read the whole thing.