Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 14th Mar 2007 17:52 UTC, submitted by Bernd
OpenBSD As recently reported on OpenBSD's errata page, a problem in the mbuf handling of IPv6 has been elevated to a security issue. This means that OpenBSD now has two remote exploits in 10 years, as already reflected on the OpenBSD Homepage. Theo advises to to update the system (or to block IPv6 using PF as a workaround).
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RE[12]: Now... this is serious!
by mith on Thu 15th Mar 2007 20:42 UTC in reply to "RE[11]: Now... this is serious!"
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Mith , my writing skil maybe poor but"
Your writing skill is ok... the problem is not that

I get BSD-Like[...]BSD contrary to some lies told and repeated is not a great license at all
Im a developer, and a BSD license is great for me because i can use their code in some closed source projects... (i use PostgreSQL and some minor BSD license based code) but that means that if i do some improvements to the base code i will submit the code to the developer(and yes... i already submited some code)... sorry but GPL does not suit my needs... but hey... its just my opinion and im not asking all of you to agree with me.

Miss-interpretation on my part witch he corrected.

Its common sense ? No , its propaganda based on lies and ommission. You see some people need there server to be secure , for much more then just data , they don't use OpenBSD , That's all I need to know , Beside first hand testing.
Just prove that with numbers and facts

The way there developer work ? Is highly laughable , there goals ? Goal imply something to achieve , they don't achieve any solution worth supporting otherwise they would do so them self.
Are you serious???

This discussion is pointless... you only see the Linux way... i love Linux, but that don't means that i will only use it. Linux has some strong points and some weak points like almost every operating system in the wild. So... Just open your mind a little more...

PS.: Once again... just compare the %$."!/#@ licenses and dont say again they are not BSD Like (like you replied to the BSDFan post) ... read things before spreading lies and misinformation.

Edited 2007-03-15 20:50

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