Today on #OpenBSD-daily we read how sendbug is implemented. https://junk.tintagel.pl/openbsd-daily-sendbug.txt
@nemessica just published her The Last Guardian review. I'm truly amazed knowing her acrophobia that she managed to finish the game (and plans to re-run it multiple times).
I am always amused whenever GRSecurity / PaX throws a tantrum, and tries to drag OpenBSD into it.
Look, I get that you are jealous that people actually use our software. But, we don't particularly care.
Today on #OpenBSD-daily we finished up reading malloc by diving into the canaries guarding internal data structures https://junk.tintagel.pl/openbsd-daily-malloc-8.txt
Today on #OpenBSD-daily we speed through malloc 'DRSX<>' options leaving internal canaries for tomorrow. https://junk.tintagel.pl/openbsd-daily-malloc-7.txt
Today on #OpenBSD-daily we read the code for Freeguards in malloc ('F' and 'U'). https://junk.tintagel.pl/openbsd-daily-malloc-6.txt
Today on #OpenBSD-daily we read how malloc canaries ('C') are implemented. https://junk.tintagel.pl/openbsd-daily-malloc-5.txt
Today on #OpenBSD daily we read how malloc guard pages ('G') are implemented https://junk.tintagel.pl/openbsd-daily-malloc-4.txt
Today on #OpenBSD-daily we read how malloc does allocation junking and DuClare explained bit twiddling for chunks ;) https://junk.tintagel.pl/openbsd-daily-malloc-3.txt
Today on #OpenBSD-daily we read how malloc junks memory after freeing it. https://junk.tintagel.pl/openbsd-daily-malloc-2.txt
Today on #OpenBSD-daily we took a look at malloc, which will be an ongoing theme for the following days. https://junk.tintagel.pl/openbsd-daily-malloc-1.txt