Friday, January 13, 2006

Sguil-0.6.0p1 On OpenBSD Installation Guide

Coincidentally, just one year after the released of previous Sguil-0.5.3 installation guide, I have the second one finished which is based on Sguil-0.6.0p1. I have uploaded it to, please do feedback if you try it so that I can improve it from time to time. I decide to release in text, abiword, openoffice writer and pdf format, don't ask me why abiword format but I have used it to write this documentation.

If you are preparing to deploy Sguil-0.6.0p1 on OpenBSD-3.8, I have uploaded all the sources that needed to deploy at It will serve as central location to ease your deployment.



Anonymous said...

The only thing I like about this blog is the smiley or the relaxing greet at the end of each post. It seems that you only post about the OpenBSD and FreeBSD you like and never criticize about their holes and defects, which is not a right way as a security researcher. As a security researcher, we should stand out as a third person without making our self bias as a Pro-BSD and sometimes we could talk about windoze also if they ever have some good point in their system. Hey, there is always something nice in the worst and there is always something bad in the best. Don't they?

C.S.Lee said...

That's funny, I guess if I recall myself correctly, I have told that I will help mydefcon by posting Windows related stuffs in their site. By the way, everyone know where to search for the BSD security advisories by reading it's own advisories in their own respected site. Hell if you don't know where to search for. Don't claim something if you never read every single peace of my blog. Besides, don't you read the blog title?

Anonymous said...

Your blog rocks. Keep it up.