New HardenedBSD release

A new release of HardenedBSD is available: v28 version of 10-STABLE as well as 11-CURRENT.

HardenedBSD is a security-enhanced fork of FreeBSD, created in 2014 by Oliver Pinter and Shawn Webb. HardenedBSD aims to implement innovative exploit mitigation and security solutions for FreeBSD. The project works with upstream FreeBSD and any other FreeBSD-based project to include any security improvements. NanoBSD is the embedded subset of FreeBSD. FreeBSD — at least the last time I checked — was the only BSD distro that supports UEFI. Recently, HardenedBSD 11-CURRENT was released:
https://hardenedbsd.org/article/oliver-pinter/2015-07-24/hardenedbsd-11-current-amd64-x86-64-installers
https://github.com/HardenedBSD/hardenedBSD

The AArch64 port of FreeBSD has been progressing well. I’ve not built HardenedBSD for AArch64 myself yet, but it appears that someone can, there’s a VM version at least:

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