An allegation that the FBI, which has long pressed for back doors into encryption products, surreptitiously placed one into OpenBSD alarms security experts.
As software becomes a constant work in progress, it's time to let its makers bear responsibility for keeping it current.
A security hole in the way OpenBSD handles IPv6 data packets exposes systems running the open-source OS to serious attack.
Programmers behind the clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux demand that its founder share project control--or maybe they'll leave.
Version 3.9 of the open-source operating system includes a memory feature designed to counter buffer overflow attacks.
The group calls on commercial users for financial help, decries "culture of entitlement" in open-source community.
This article incorrectly characterized Linus Torvalds' last response to the OpenBSD community.
Linux creator calls OpenBSD crowd a bunch of "monkeys" and criticizes those who publicize security flaws to gain notoriety.
Defensive telephony rather than computing