[talk] NYC*BUG: April 8 Christos Z on Blacklistd
george at ceetonetechnology.com
Mon Apr 6 11:22:13 EDT 2015
Lots of upcoming meetings planned and set.
Blacklistd, Christos Zoulas
18:45, Stone Creek Bar & Lounge
140 E 27th St
Today's systems expose multiple network daemons and are constantly
attacked by a fleet of zombie bots or determined attackers. Scanning
logs to determine if an attack is in place in order to modify a firewall
to block an attack is an ad-hoc inelegant solution. Blacklistd is a
daemon and a library interface that attempts to correct this problem.
Christos' first experience with Unix was in 1983 while studying at
Cornell. He currently maintains a few Unix programs (file, tcsh,
libedit, rdist6) and he contributes to many others. He is a board member
of the NetBSD Foundation and a recipient of the Usenix Lifetime
Achievement Award for contributions to the Unix operating system. His
day job is in Finance.
May 6 - Bitrig, John C Vernaleo
June 3 - FreeBSD's NUMA, John Baldwin
BSDCan, June 12-13, Ottawa, Canada
July 1 - Staying in sync with the Precision Time Protocol, Steven Kreuzer
Aug 5 - What's New with OpenBSD, Brian Callahan
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