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Whitepaper by OpenBSD developers Todd C. Miller and Theo de Raadt discussing secure programming functions for manipulating strings.
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Random Site Quote: USENIX Technical Program - Abstract - USENIX 99 strlcpy and strlcat--Consistent, Safe, String Copy and Concatenation Todd C. Miller, University of Colorado, Boulder; Theo de Raadt, The OpenBSD As the prevalence of buffer overflow attacks has increased, more and more programmers are using size or
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Whitepaper presented at USENIX 99 by OpenBSD developers Theo de Raadt, Niklas Hallqvist, Artur Grabowski, Angelo D. Keromytis, and Niels Provos discussing the cryptography employed in OpenBSD.
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Random Site Quote: USENIX Technical Program - Abstract - USENIX 99 Cryptography in OpenBSD: An Overview Theo de Raadt, Niklas Hallqvist, Artur Grabowski, Angelos D. Keromytis, and Niels Provos, The OpenBSD Project Cryptographic mechanisms are an important security component of an operating system in securing the
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Whitepaper by OpenBSD developers Niels Provos and David MaziA?res discussing ways of building systems in which password security keeps up with hardware speeds.
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Random Site Quote: USENIX Technical Program - Abstract - USENIX 99 A Future-Adaptable Password Scheme Niels Provos and David Mazières, The OpenBSD Project Many authentication schemes depend on secret passwords. Unfortunately, the length and randomness of user-chosen passwords remain fixed over time. In
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Whitepaper by Marshall Kirk McKusick and Gregory R. Ganger on eliminating synchronous writes in the Fast Filesystem. Included in OpenBSD since OpenBSD 2.7 Release.
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Random Site Quote: USENIX Technical Program - Abstract - USENIX 99 Soft Updates: A Technique for Eliminating Most Synchronous Writes in the Fast Marshall Kirk McKusick, Author and Consultant; Gregory R. Ganger, Carnegie Traditionally, filesystem consistency has been maintained across system failures either by using
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Whitepaper exploring the benefits of Soft Updates and journaling, comparing their behavior on both micro-benchmarks and workload-based macrobenchmarks.
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Random Site Quote: USENIX Technical Program - Abstract - USENIX Annual Conference, General Session - June 2000 Journaling Versus Soft Updates: Asynchronous Meta-data Protection in Margo I. Seltzer, Harvard University; Gregory R. Granger, Carnegie Mellon University; M. Kirk McKusick, Author & Consultant; Keith A.
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T researcher, Charles D. Cranor, describing the development and concepts of the Anonymous CVS source file distribution mechanism.
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Random Site Quote: USENIX Technical Program - Abstract - USENIX 99 Opening the Source Repository with Anonymous CVS Charles D. Cranor, AT&T Labs--Research; Theo de Raadt, The OpenBSD Project Anonymous CVS is an advanced source file distribution mechanism we created to allow open source software projects to
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T UWIN project.
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Random Site Quote: Abstracts - 1997 ANNUAL TECHNICAL CONFERENCE Porting UNIX to Windows NT The Software Engineering Research department at Murray Hill writes and distributes several widely used development tools and reusable libraries that are portable across virtually all UNIX platforms.[1] To enhance reuse of
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