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NetBSD: Recent Changes and News

On this page you will find a summary of significant changes to NetBSD. For those interested in every change to the source tree, there is no substitute for subscribing to the source-changes mailing list. Significant news related to the NetBSD Project is also included here. Changes to pkgsrc are also listed here. All of this information is also available in rss/xml format.


June 2014

May 2014

April 2014

March 2014

January 2014


June 2014

09 Jun 2014 - New Security Advisory: NetBSD-SA2014-006 Multiple OpenSSL vulnerabilities (top)

One new security advisory was published:

You can find more information about them on the Security and NetBSD page.


May 2014

28 May 2014 - New Security Advisory: NetBSD-SA2014-005 libXfont multiple vulnerabilities (top)

One new security advisory was published:

You can find more information about them on the Security and NetBSD page.


April 2014

12 Apr 2014 - NetBSD 6.1.4 and 6.0.5 released (top)

NetBSD 6.1.4 and 6.0.5 are now available! Please see the release notes for 6.1.4 and 6.0.5 for details. As always, NetBSD can be downloaded from your nearest mirror.

09 Apr 2014 - New Security Advisory: NetBSD-SA2014-004 OpenSSL information disclosure ("heartbleed") (top)

One new security advisory was published:

You can find more information about them on the Security and NetBSD page.


March 2014

05 Mar 2014 - New Security Advisory: NetBSD-SA2014-003 posix_spawn unbounded kernel memory allocation (top)

One new security advisory was published:

You can find more information about them on the Security and NetBSD page.


January 2014

07 Jan 2014 - New Security Advisory: NetBSD-SA2014-002 ntpd used as DDoS amplifier (top)

One new security advisory was published:

You can find more information about them on the Security and NetBSD page.

07 Jan 2014 - New Security Advisory: NetBSD-SA2014-001 Stack buffer overflow in libXfont (top)

One new security advisory was published:

You can find more information about them on the Security and NetBSD page.