OPNsense 21.1.4 released

submited 31 March 2021

The development version includes an update of Suricata to version 6.0.2 in case any of you want to try it out. Also, improvements in the DHCP static mapping can now deal with IPv6 prefix merge for such deployments using Unbound and Dnsmasq host registration.

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20 April 2021
Valuable News – 2021/04/19  

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19 April 2021
Distrowacth reviews helloSystem 0.5.0  

Unfortunately the operating system's live media failed to boot on their test systems, systems which can run FreeBSD, and so they put it aside to try another project.

FreeBSD Desktop – Part 23 – Configuration – Herbe Notifications  

Very small and compact solution for notifications on X11 desktop – herbe – as its author describes it – its daemon-less notifications without D-Bus. Minimal and lightweight.

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18 April 2021
LibreSSL 3.3.2 Released  

This is the last development release for the 3.3.x branch before it is declared stable.

16 April 2021
How to Configure DNS over TLS (DoT) Using Unbound DNS in OPNsense  

Since Unbound DNS in OPNsense does not support DNS over HTTPS (DoH) directly, it was necessary to use the DNSCrypt-Proxy plugin. The plugin also supports DNS over TLS (DoT). However, Unbound gained native support for DoT at some point in time, which is very nice. Because of built-in support for DoT, the configuration of DNS over TLS becomes pretty trivial.

15 April 2021
FreeBSD iostat – A Quick Glance  

iostat provides a window into the i/o effort of the storage subsystem. You can use it to determine usage patterns, bottlenecks and poor behavior at a glance. It can produce data to support conclusions and suggest further avenues of investigation when used judiciously. In this article, we will dissect its output and introduce disk subsystem troubleshooting using statistical output from iostat.

OpenBSD Errata: April 13th, 2021 (xi)  

Errata patches for the X server have been released for OpenBSD 6.7 and 6.8. Input validation failures in X server XInput extension can lead to privileges elevations for authorized clients. Binary updates for the amd64, i386, and arm64 platforms are available via the syspatch utility.

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