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welcome [2018/07/29 08:30]
solar [External links] dropped obsolete link to openwall.com/community/
welcome [2018/09/16 13:33] (current)
solar use https for links to Openwall sites
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 ====== Welcome to the Openwall Community Wiki! ====== ====== Welcome to the Openwall Community Wiki! ======
  
-The idea is to have a DokuWiki namespace for each of our major projects, maybe resembling the directory structure of the [[http://​www.openwall.com|main Openwall website]] - e.g., we could have namespaces [[Owl]] and [[john]]. ​ Then users of our software and Openwall team members could populate those namespaces with relevant content.+The idea is to have a DokuWiki namespace for each of our major projects, maybe resembling the directory structure of the [[https://​www.openwall.com|main Openwall website]] - e.g., we could have namespaces [[Owl]] and [[john]]. ​ Then users of our software and Openwall team members could populate those namespaces with relevant content.
  
-If you have something relevant to share, **please [[http://​openwall.info/​wiki/?​do=register|register for an account]], [[http://​openwall.info/​wiki/?​do=login|log in]], and edit away**!+If you have something relevant to share, **please [[https://​openwall.info/​wiki/?​do=register|register for an account]], [[https://​openwall.info/​wiki/?​do=login|log in]], and edit away**!
 Another reason to register for a wiki account is to be able to **subscribe to e-mail notifications of changes** to specific wiki pages (e.g., the [[john/​mailing-list-excerpts|john-users mailing list excerpts page]] may be a good choice if you're into JtR).  You do this by clicking the "​Subscribe Changes"​ button (only seen when logged in) at the bottom of a page. Another reason to register for a wiki account is to be able to **subscribe to e-mail notifications of changes** to specific wiki pages (e.g., the [[john/​mailing-list-excerpts|john-users mailing list excerpts page]] may be a good choice if you're into JtR).  You do this by clicking the "​Subscribe Changes"​ button (only seen when logged in) at the bottom of a page.
  
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   * [[yescrypt|yescrypt]] scalable KDF and password hashing scheme   * [[yescrypt|yescrypt]] scalable KDF and password hashing scheme
   * [[p_lkrg/​Main|Linux Kernel Runtime Guard (LKRG)]]   * [[p_lkrg/​Main|Linux Kernel Runtime Guard (LKRG)]]
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 ===== Other projects ===== ===== Other projects =====
  
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 ===== External links ===== ===== External links =====
  
-  * [[http://​oss-security.openwall.org/​wiki/​|Open Source Software Security Wiki]], also hosted by Openwall but not specific to Openwall projects +  * [[https://​oss-security.openwall.org/​wiki/​|Open Source Software Security Wiki]], also hosted by Openwall but not specific to Openwall projects 
-  * [[http://​www.openwall.com/​lists/​|Openwall mailing list archives]] +  * [[https://​www.openwall.com/​lists/​|Openwall mailing list archives]] 
-  * [[http://​cvsweb.openwall.com|Openwall software source code repository (CVSweb)]]+  * [[https://​cvsweb.openwall.com|Openwall software source code repository (CVSweb)]]
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 ===== Contact information ===== ===== Contact information =====
  
 If you experience any problems with this wiki setup (e.g., with new user registration or content editing), or have suggestions on improving it, please contact us at <​wikiadmin@openwall.info>​. If you experience any problems with this wiki setup (e.g., with new user registration or content editing), or have suggestions on improving it, please contact us at <​wikiadmin@openwall.info>​.
welcome.1532878236.txt · Last modified: 2018/07/29 08:30 by solar
 
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