Time is our most valuable asset From personal online banking to business management services we all rely on time daily – even when we don’t realize it. Network Time Foundation produces the highest quality open-source products that ensure free public access to precise measurements and management of time. While Network Time Foundation’s precision time software is open-source… Read More.
NTP version 4 was first released in 2003, why haven’t you upgraded? Network Time Protocol version 3 remains a security risk to the Internet and, unfortunately, there is a good chance that many people reading this post are part of the problem. Network Time Foundation released version 4 of the NTP daemon in August of… Read More.
WSTS will take place in San Jose California, see this link for Agenda and other info. The 26th Annual Workshop on Synchronization and Timing Systems (WSTS), sponsored by NIST and ATIS, is a vendor-neutral technology workshop that will address evolving sync requirements, as well as the roll-out of new sync systems and standards, and how… Read More.
Network Time Foundation publishes NTP 4.2.8p10, with security, bug and information fixes, and enhancements As part of the Mozilla Foundation’s Secure Open Source (SOS) program they conducted a security audit of the NTP codebase. This release addresses the issues found along with a zero origin security bug. NTF’s Network Time Protocol (NTP) Project released ntp-428p10… Read More.
Some rumors have been flying around the Network Time Protocol world regarding the security and validity of the NTP Project’s code, developed and maintained by Network Time Foundation. NTF’s president, Harlan Stenn, sat down with Bruce Byfield to get to the bottom of these rumors. Bruce’s post, A Rift in the NTP World, explains the… Read More.