Category Archives: BSD


The Secure Shell is widely used to provide secure access to remote systems, and everybody who uses it is familiar with routine password access. This is the easiest to set up, is available by default, but suffers from a number of limitations. These include both security and usability issues, and we hope to cover them here. Table of Contents 1.… (more…)


Here are some utilities that can be used to enhance m0n0wall, a free firewall package based on FreeBSD. m0n0-inst-modules (README) is a Perl script that updates m0n0wall iso images with one or more “modules”. Both .iso images and raw compact flash / hard disk images are supported. m0n0-bigfwupd (README) is a module that changes two m0n0wall 1.1 files in order… (more…)


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