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BSD: Michael W. Lucas Talks FreeBSD, Tor on OpenBSD, Call for Testing of OpenSSH 7.9

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  • Michael W. Lucas talks FreeBSD (and whatever else he wants)
  • Tor part 1: how-to use Tor

    Installing tor is really easy on OpenBSD. We need to install it, and start its daemon. The daemon will listen by default on localhost on port 9050. On others systems, it may be quite similar, install the tor package and enable the daemon if not enabled by default.

  • Tor part 2: hidden service

    In this second Tor article, I will present an interesting Tor feature named hidden service. The principle of this hidden service is to make available a network service from anywhere, with only prerequisites that the computer must be powered on, tor not blocked and it has network access.

  • Call for testing: OpenSSH 7.9

    OpenSSH 7.9p1 is almost ready for release, so we would appreciate testing on as many platforms and systems as possible. This is a bugfix release.

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