[PC-BSD Testing] Well done with the edge and quarterly updates choice, this makes PCBSD unique and wanted
hansruhe1 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 17 12:10:16 PDT 2014
I think I mistook it for the heartbleed bug as I read in an article that
Cisco and Juniper equipment was affected, Therefore servers are vulnarable.
There is a lot going on, also there is the thing that passwords are not
safe, people use a lot of times 123456 and admin and password. Password
managers should live more easy.
When I think of the number of sites where I login these days.......
Fortunately I know some other passwords than 123456 :-)
But I am very glad with your answer concerning security updates and that
you are updating the SSL packages,
Thanks for the explanation, I appreciate it,
2014-04-09 22:03 GMT+02:00 Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.org>:
> On 04/05/2014 05:33, Hans Ruhe wrote:
> > Hello to you all,
> > This has been a joined effort and I must say I am impressed. To be
> > able to choose for quarterly updates or edge makes PCBSD unique ! I
> > was a bit late as of work issues, but better late than never.
> > So I want to say to everybody, congratulations, this is really a step
> > forward !
> > One question though, what about safety issues ? Are those being
> > updated in between ?
> > At the moment there is a big issue going on as thousands of Freebsd
> > servers are under attack and used i a botnet. I hope that it will be
> > solved.
> > Keep up the good work guys ! I think it is a real good choice for the
> > direction that PCBSD is going for the future !
> > Best regards,
> > Hans
> We always try to issue security updates ASAP, just as we did today with
> the base-system openssl bug. I'm also rolling updated openssl packages
> for 10.x PRODUCTION / EDGE at the moment.
> As for the botnet issue, I've not heard of that. What exactly is going on?
> Kris Moore
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