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06 May 2014
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OpenSSL on Oracle Solaris 11.2 [36273]
which version of OpenSSL is delivered with Oracle Solaris 11.2?

Misaki Miyashit writes, "The answer is the latest and greatest OpenSSL 1.0.1g!

Now that I answered 80% of the questions you may have with regard to OpenSSL, I would like to announce three major features added to the Oracle Solaris 11.2:"

-Inlined T4/T4+ instructions support and Engines

  • OpenSSL FIPS-140 version support
  • OpenSSL Thread and Fork Safety

Read on for details.
(Get More Information . .)

06 May 2014
open to premium members only
OpenSSL on Oracle Solaris 11.2 [36273]
which version of OpenSSL is delivered with Oracle Solaris 11.2?

Misaki Miyashit writes, "The answer is the latest and greatest OpenSSL 1.0.1g!

Now that I answered 80% of the questions you may have with regard to OpenSSL, I would like to announce three major features added to the Oracle Solaris 11.2:"

-Inlined T4/T4+ instructions support and Engines

  • OpenSSL FIPS-140 version support
  • OpenSSL Thread and Fork Safety

Read on for details.
(Get More Information . .)

06 May 2014
open to premium members only
OpenSSL on Oracle Solaris 11.2 [36273]
which version of OpenSSL is delivered with Oracle Solaris 11.2?

Misaki Miyashit writes, "The answer is the latest and greatest OpenSSL 1.0.1g!

Now that I answered 80% of the questions you may have with regard to OpenSSL, I would like to announce three major features added to the Oracle Solaris 11.2:"

-Inlined T4/T4+ instructions support and Engines

  • OpenSSL FIPS-140 version support
  • OpenSSL Thread and Fork Safety

Read on for details.
(Get More Information . .)

05 May 2014
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Solaris 11.2: Immutable Global Zone [36169]
Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones is marketed as Immutable Zones

Casper Dik writes, "This is blog is a bit more substantial; it requires some knowledge about Solaris Zones, Immutable Zones and Solaris administration in general. It is high-level; in future I'm hoping to get down to the nuts and bolts.

In Solaris 11 we added the Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones, marketed as Immutable Zones; this is a feature that makes a zone tamper-proof.

In an Immutable Zone is configured simply by setting the "file-mac-profile" to one of "strict" (not much writeable), "fixed-configuration" and "flexible-configuration" (configuration is writeable but binaries and such or not). This is all implemented in the kernel based on pathnames and depending on the context; the super-user in the global zone can still update the zone or even modify protected files as long as that is not done from within the zone..."
(Get More Information . .)

05 May 2014
open to premium members only
Solaris 11.2: Immutable Global Zone [36169]
Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones is marketed as Immutable Zones

Casper Dik writes, "This is blog is a bit more substantial; it requires some knowledge about Solaris Zones, Immutable Zones and Solaris administration in general. It is high-level; in future I'm hoping to get down to the nuts and bolts.

In Solaris 11 we added the Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones, marketed as Immutable Zones; this is a feature that makes a zone tamper-proof.

In an Immutable Zone is configured simply by setting the "file-mac-profile" to one of "strict" (not much writeable), "fixed-configuration" and "flexible-configuration" (configuration is writeable but binaries and such or not). This is all implemented in the kernel based on pathnames and depending on the context; the super-user in the global zone can still update the zone or even modify protected files as long as that is not done from within the zone..."
(Get More Information . .)

05 May 2014
open to premium members only
Solaris 11.2: Immutable Global Zone [36169]
Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones is marketed as Immutable Zones

Casper Dik writes, "This is blog is a bit more substantial; it requires some knowledge about Solaris Zones, Immutable Zones and Solaris administration in general. It is high-level; in future I'm hoping to get down to the nuts and bolts.

In Solaris 11 we added the Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones, marketed as Immutable Zones; this is a feature that makes a zone tamper-proof.

In an Immutable Zone is configured simply by setting the "file-mac-profile" to one of "strict" (not much writeable), "fixed-configuration" and "flexible-configuration" (configuration is writeable but binaries and such or not). This is all implemented in the kernel based on pathnames and depending on the context; the super-user in the global zone can still update the zone or even modify protected files as long as that is not done from within the zone..."
(Get More Information . .)

 
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