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Christophe Plasschaert
Hello to everybody,

I think that the link to claudio@ presentation at Eurobsdcon'05
miss the fill index.html, actually it point to the directory
itself.

I join with this mail a patch to correct the link.

Have a nice day.

C. Plasschaert
[OpenBSD]

Presentations & Papers
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Presentations: EuroBSDCon 2005, Basel, Switzerland

  Embedded OpenBSD, Niall O'Higgins & Uwe Stuehler

  New Evolutions in the X Window System, Matthieu Herrb & Matthias Hopf

  The Design and Implementation of OpenOSPFD, Claudio Jeker

Presentations: OpenCON 2005, Venice, Italy

  OpenBSD ports and packages, Marc Espie

  Porting OpenBSD, Niall O'Higgins & Uwe Stuehler

  OpenBSD Networking Update, Henning Brauer

  Exploit Mitigation Techniques (updated to include random malloc and
  mmap), Theo de Raadt

  OpenBSD hackathon report, Venezia 2005, Peter Valchev

Paper & Presentation: AUUG 2005

  Secure Portability, Damien Miller
  Paper (PS and PDF) and presentation slides (online, PS, or tarball)
  from Australian Unix Users Group AUUG 2005 conference, introducing
  portable OpenSSH's approach to porting secure software.

Presentation: Tokyo PC Users Group

  Open Source in a Windows World: A Business Case for OpenBSD, Mark T.
  Uemura
  Presented to the Tokyo PC Users Group, the largest English-speaking
  personal computer club in Japan, June, 2005. Focusses on OpenBSD and
  related open source projects and how businesses can use them to best
  advantage. Presentation began with a live demo of redundant OpenBSD
  firewalls with CARP failover.

Presentation: OpenBSD/hppa

  OpenBSD/hppa, Michael Shalayeff
  Presentation about OpenBSD/hppa and HP PA-RISC given at NYCBUG March
  2005 meeting. An attempt has been made to outline the porting effort
  and describe architecture features essential for operating systems
  development. Tarball of the presentation for offline viewing.

Presentation: Solutions Linux 2005

  OpenBSD, Sabd Kadhi and Marc Espie
  French presentation about OpenBSD in general and security with a
  focus on the ports collection and PF, given during Solutions Linux
  2005 in Paris, France in February 2005. This presentation is an
  update of the SUR Group 200412 one. Tarball of the presentation for
  offline viewing.

Presentation: SUR Group 200412

  OpenBSD et Sicuriti, Sabd Kadhi
  French presentation about OpenBSD in general and security, given at
  the December meeting of the SUR Group (Sicuriti Unix et Riseaux).
  This presentation is intended as a general overview of OpenBSD with a
  particular focus on the security of the system. Tarball of the
  presentation for offline viewing.

Presentation: OpenCON 04

  Signal Handlers, Henning Brauer
  Presentation on signal handlers, given at OpenCON 04 in Venice, Italy
  in December 2004. This presentation outlines some issues to take care
  of when dealing with signal handlers and possible solutions. Tarball
  of the presentation for offline viewing.

Presentation: AUUG 04

  Exploit Mitigation Techniques, Theo de Raadt
  Presentation on exploit mitigation techniques that was presented at
  AUUG 04 in Melbourne, Australia in September 2004. This presentation
  outlines implementation details on features such as: stackgap,
  ProPolice/SSP, W^X, !X, StackGhost & PrivSep. This presentation is an
  update from the BSDCAN 04 version. Tarball of the presentation for
  offline viewing.

Presentations: SUCON 04

  OpenNTPD, Henning Brauer
  Presentation on OpenNTPD that was presented at SUCON 04 in Zurich,
  Switzerland in September 2004. This presentation outlines
  implementation details and rationale behind OpenNTPD. Tarball of the
  presentation for offline viewing.

  A Secure BGP Implementation, Henning Brauer
  Presentation on BGPD that was presented at SUCON 04 in Zurich,
  Switzerland in September 2004. This presentation outlines
  implementation details and rationale behind BGPD. Tarball of the
  presentation for offline viewing.

Presentations: BSDCAN 04

  Exploit Mitigation Techniques, Theo de Raadt
  Presentation on exploit mitigation techniques that was presented at
  BSDCAN 04 in Ottawa, Canada in May 2004. This presentation outlines
  implementation details on features such as: ProPolice/SSP, W^X, !X,
  StackGhost & PrivSep. This presentation is an update from the PACSEC
  03 version. Tarball of the presentation for offline viewing.

  Introduction to PF, Ryan McBride
  Presentation on PF for BSDCAN 04 in Ottawa, Canada in May 2004. This
  presentation outlines the packet filtering basics in OpenBSD and
  discusses some of the more advanced features in PF such as denial of
  service mitigation techniques, firewall redundancy, and load
  balancing. Tarball of the presentation for offline viewing.

Presentation: LSM 03

  Enhancing XFree86 security, Matthieu Herrb
  This presentation focuses on XFree86 security. It describes the
  existing access control mechanisms, and two ways to enhance it: the
  privilege separation code that is now part of OpenBSD's XF4 and one
  systrace policy for the X server.

Presentation: PACSEC 03

  Exploit Mitigation Techniques, Theo de Raadt
  This is the initial version of the exploit mitigation techniques
  presentation. It was presented at PACSEC 03 in Tokyo, Japan in
  November 2003. This presentation outlines implementation details on
  features such as: ProPolice/SSP, W^X, !X, StackGhost & PrivSep. Same
  presentation in Japanese. Tarballs of presentation for offline
  viewing: English, Japanese.

Presentation: CanSecWest 03

  Advances in OpenBSD, Theo de Raadt
  This presentation covers a variety of topics including DARPA, the
  2002 Hackathon, ProPolice, W^X etc. It was presented at CanSecWest 03
  in Vancouver, Canada in April 2003 Magicpoint presentation for
  offline viewing.

Presentation: CEBIT 03

  OpenSSH und OpenBSD, Markus Friedl, Henning Brauer
  German presentation on OpenSSH and OpenBSD that was presented at
  CEBIT 03 in Hannover, Germany in March 2003. It outlines what OpenSSH
  is and it's history. Tarball of the presentation for offline viewing.

Presentation: AUUG 2002

  SSH protocol and tips tutorial, Damien Miller
  Slides and tutorial notes from a half-day session on the SSH protocol
  and the cool things that can be done with it. All examples use
  OpenSSH (of course). Presented at the Australian Unix Users Group
  2002 winter conference. The slides are a brief introduction to the
  protocol, whereas the notes cover usage examples and tricks. Tarball
  or postscript of the presentation for offline viewing. Postscript or
  PDF of the tutorial notes.

Presentation: O'Reilly OSC 2000

  Secure Internet Servers/Firewalls with OpenBSD, Ian Darwin
  These notes are the outline for the half-day tutorial on Secure
  Internet Servers/Firewalls with OpenBSD. Presented at the O'Reilly
  Open Source Conference in Monterey, California in July of 2000.
  Tarball of the presentation for offline viewing.

Paper & Presentation: USENIX 2000

  Transparent Network Security Policy Enforcement, Jason L. Wright,
  Angelos D. Keromytis
  This paper describes the architecture and implementation of a Layer-2
  (link layer) bridge with extensions for offering Layer-3 security
  services. Same paper in PDF format bridgepaper.pdf

  Slides that accompany the transparent network security policy
  enforcement paper. Presented at USENIX 2000 in San Diego, California
  in June of 2000. Same slides in PDF format bridgeslides.pdf

Paper & Presentation: LISA '99

  Dealing with Public Ethernet Jacks, Switches, Gateways, and
  Authentication, Bob Beck
  This paper describes the tools and techniques developed and deployed
  to address the problem of blocking unauthorized users on unprotected
  Ethernet jacks. Same paper in PDF format authgw-paper.pdf

  Slides that accompany the dealing with public Ethernet jacks paper.
  Presented at LISA '99 in November of 1999 in Seattle, Washington.
  Same slides in PDF format authgw-slides.pdf

Papers & Presentations: USENIX 1999

  Opening The Source Repository With Anonymous CVS, Charles D. Cranor &
  Theo de Raadt
  Anonymous CVS is an advanced source file distribution mechanism we
  created to allow open source software projects to distribute source
  code and information about code to Internet users. Built on top of
  the Concurrent Versions System (CVS) revision control system,
  Anonymous CVS safely allows anonymous read-only access to a CVS
  source repository. Same paper in PDF format anoncvs-paper.pdf

  Slides that accompany the anonymous CVS paper. Presented at USENIX
  1999 in June of 1999 in Monterey, California. Same slides in PDF
  format anoncvs-slides.pdf

  Future-Adaptable Password Scheme, Niels Provos, David Mazieres
  Many authentication schemes depend on secret passwords. Unfortunately
  the length and randomness of user chosen passwords remain fixed over
  time. This paper discusses ways of building systems in which password
  security keeps up with hardware speeds. Same paper in PDF format
  bcrypt-paper.pdf

  Slides that accompany the future-adaptable password scheme paper.
  Presented at USENIX 1999 in June of 1999 in Monterey, California.
  Same slides in PDF format bcrypt-slides.pdf

  Cryptography in OpenBSD: An overview, Theo de Raadt, Niklas
  Hallqvist, Artur Grabowski, Angelos D. Keromytis, Niels Provos
  This paper gives an overview of the cryptography employed in OpenBSD.
  It discusses various components like IPsec, SSL libraries, stronger
  password, encryption, Kerberos IV, random number generators etc, and
  their role in system security including their interactions with the
  rest of the system. Same paper in PDF format crypt-paper.pdf

  Slides that accompany the cryptography in OpenBSD: an overview paper.
  Presented at USENIX 1999 in June of 1999 in Monterey, California.
  Same slides in PDF format crypt-slides.pdf

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Christophe Plasschaert
Oups, it's time for me to waje up, I didn't send the path
but my modification.

Finally, here is the patch.

On Sat, Dec 03, 2005 at 01:12:45PM +0100, chris wrote:

> Hello to everybody,
>
> I think that the link to claudio@ presentation at Eurobsdcon'05
> miss the fill index.html, actually it point to the directory
> itself.
>
> I join with this mail a patch to correct the link.
>
> Have a nice day.
>
> C. Plasschaert
--- /depot/OpenBSD/www/papers/index.html Sat Dec  3 11:11:35 2005
+++ ./index.html Sat Dec  3 13:06:15 2005
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@
 
 <blockquote>
 <font color="#009000"><strong>
-<a href="eurobsd2005/claudio">The Design and Implementation of OpenOSPFD</a>,
+<a href="eurobsd2005/claudio/index.html">The Design and Implementation of OpenOSPFD</a>,
 Claudio Jeker
 </strong></font><br>
 </blockquote>