BSDCan2019 - 1.0.6

BSDCan 2019
The Technical BSD Conference

Event Speakers

Building a security appliance based on FreeBSD

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Building an accessible OpenBSD laptop

Enabling secure and functional computing for a person with severe disabilities.

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Design and verification of the TLS 1.3 handshake state machine in LibreSSL

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Diving and OpenBSD

puffy au naturel

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Frankenstein's Disk Drive

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Fuzzing the kernel

Porting the Clang Sanitizers to FreeBSD

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Guesting BSD on the QNX Hypervisor

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Migrating a bhyve guest

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Netflix and FreeBSD

Reflections on Running FreeBSD Head in Production

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking

OpenBSD: add VMM to 'packer' (porting Go software)

The red pill taken to develop a Go "plugin" for packer.io to be able to create VM images on OpenBSD for VMM and many other virtualizers.

Event type : Other
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Porting Go to netbsd/arm64

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking

Porting NetBSD to the RISC-V

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

QCOW2 in VMD

Snapshots 'Til the Cows Come Home

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Testing firewalls

Why vimage is awesome

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Unveil in OpenBSD

The Unveil system call, it's use in Programs, and new semantics for it

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Visualization of Regression and Performance

Know when something went wrong

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

qemu with hardware acceleration on NetBSD

Intel HAXM as a VTx backend on NetBSD

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

syspatch(8)

The Boring Healing Potion

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

unwind(8)

A privilege-separated, validating DNS recursive nameserver for every laptop

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English