During source code review, I noticed a XSS vulnerability in the 2.9.7 version of the GiveWP WordPress plugin. It appears to have been vulnerable since 2.4.0. It has been fixed in 2.10.0.
Too many SELinux tutorials are too basic or too complicated. This tutorial aims to meet a middle ground. If you don’t know how to tweak booleans in SELinux, or about permissive/enforced mode, you might want to follow another tutorial and come back here later. This tutorial is for when you have some basic SELinux knowledge and want to create your own policy!
Since OpenBSD is different from the other *nixes, we’re going to take a quick peek at installing OpenBSD, performing package installations, and service management.
The most touted claim about OpenBSD is it’s security – and it’s definitely a great point. I think that can scare some beginners though. I don’t want people to think of this only as a hardened, pain in the ass to use UNIX. It’s not.
I recently purchased a CyberPower CST135XLU for my OpenBSD router and home computer. The main reason being that I do not want corrupted flash sectors whenever the power goes out due to a storm or snow. Not to mention, multiyear uptime is always a badge of honor!