PF (firewall)
PF (Packet Filter, also written pf) is a BSD licensed stateful packet filter, a central piece of software for firewalling. It is comparable to netfilter (iptables), ipfw and ipfilter. PF is developed ...
BSD Daemon
The BSD daemon, nicknamed Beastie, is the generic mascot of BSD operating systems.
The BSD daemon is named after software daemons, a class of long-running computer programs in Unix-like operating ...
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Dogcow
The dogcow, also known as Clarus the Dogcow, is a bitmapped image first introduced by Apple. It is the shape of a dog, originally created in 1983 as part of the Cairo font by Susan Kare as the glyph f...
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Mozilla (mascot)
Mozilla was the mascot of the now disbanded Netscape Communications Corporation and subsequently the Mozilla Foundation.Mozilla took the form of a green and purple cartoon lizard. Programmer Jamie Zaw...
Mozilla (mascot) - Wikipedia
Glenda, the Plan 9 Bunny
Plan 9 from Bell Labs is a free distributed operating system. It was developed primarily for research purposes as the successor to Unix by the Computing Sciences Research Center at Bell Labs between t...
Tux
Tux is a penguin character and the official mascot of the Linux kernel. Originally created as an entry to a Linux logo competition, Tux is the most commonly used icon for Linux, although different Lin...
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Common Address Redundancy Protocol
The Common Address Redundancy Protocol or CARP is a computer networking protocol which allows multiple hosts on the same local area network to share a set of IP addresses. Its primary purpose is to p...
POSSE project
The Portable Open Source Security Elements, or POSSE project, was a co-operative venture between the University of Pennsylvania Distributed Systems Laboratory, the OpenBSD project and others. It recei...
Hackathon
A hackathon (also known as a hack day, hackfest or codefest) is an event in which computer programmers and others involved in software development, including graphic designers, interface designers and...
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Hostapd
hostapd is a user space daemon for wireless access point and authentication servers. There are three implementations: Jouni Malinen's hostapd, OpenBSD's hostapd and Devicescape's hostapd.
Jouni Ma...
Absolute OpenBSD
Absolute OpenBSD, UNIX for the Practical Paranoid is a book about the Unix-like OpenBSD operating system, written by Michael W. Lucas, author of Absolute BSD and Cisco Routers for the Desperate. It is...
Absolute OpenBSD - Wikipedia
Konqi
Konqi Konqueror is the current mascot for the KDE community, a small cheerful green dragon. He appears in KDE software, and on many websites, including the KDE homepage. The name "Konqi" was chosen af...
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OS-tan
The OS-tan is an Internet phenomenon or meme that originated within the Japanese Futaba Channel. The OS-tan are the moe anthropomorphism/personification of several operating systems by various amateur...
OS-tan - Wikipedia
OpenBSD
OpenBSD is a Unix-like computer operating system descended from Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD), a Research Unix derivative developed at the University of California, Berkeley. It was forked from...
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Hikaru Aizawa
Hikaru Aizawa (藍澤光) is a virtual brand ambassador and product mascot created by Microsoft's Taiwan branch, as a moe anthropomorphism character created for the development technology platform Micro...
Hikaru Aizawa - Wikipedia
Tux Droid
Tux Droid is a Linux wireless Tux mascot (210mm x 180mm x 140mm - with lowered wings) with a programmable interface, allowing it to announce events by its gestures and by ALSA driven sound. The events...
Tux Droid - Wikipedia
OpenBSD Journal
OpenBSD Journal is an online newspaper dedicated to coverage of OpenBSD software and related events.
OpenBSD Journal was founded in 2000 and operated until 02004-04-01-0000April 1, 2004 at deadly....
OpenBSD Journal - Wikipedia
GIMP
GIMP (/ɡɪmp/; an acronym for GNU Image Manipulation Program) is a free and open-source raster graphics editor used for image retouching and editing, free-form drawing, resizing, cropping, photo-montag...
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Xenocara
Xenocara is the OpenBSD build infrastructure for the project's customised X.Org Server that utilises a dedicated _x11 user by default to drop privileges and perform privilege separation in accordance...
Timeline of OpenBSD
The following is a summary of the release history of the OpenBSD operating system.
Timeline of OpenBSD - Wikipedia
GIMP release history
GIMP originally stood for General Image Manipulation Program. Its creators, Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis, began developing GIMP as a semester-long project at the University of California, Berkeley...
GIMP release history - Wikipedia
OpenSSH
OpenSSH, also known as OpenBSD Secure Shell, is a suite of network-level security tools based on the SSH protocol which help to secure network communications via the encryption of network traffic over...
OpenSSH - Wikipedia