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Darren Reed Releases OpenBSD 3.0 with IPfilter Print E-mail
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Source: Darren Reed / Google Groups - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Security Projects When Darren Reed, author of the packet filtering support for OpenBSD, modified the license terms for his software, support for ipfilter was removed from the main OpenBSD tree. Now, Darren has released his own version of OpenBSD 3.0 that includes support for his packet filtering. . . . When Darren Reed, author of the packet filtering support for OpenBSD, modified the license terms for his software, support for ipfilter was removed from the main OpenBSD tree. Now, Darren has released his own version of OpenBSD 3.0 that includes support for his packet filtering. This Google Groups thread discusses the issue as it transpired over the past few days.

Slashdot is also discussing the issue.

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