Re: Official OpenBSD 6.1 CD - There's only One! (mod 5/13)
by Will Backman (22.214.171.124) on Tue May 9 00:50:26 2017 (GMT)
> Congratz on security no one can afford. Not having a hard-copy means the data can be altered without any real verification. While it may seem like paranoia, it is actually about guarantees, and the future has very little for you.
That's why I bought the 6.0 release on CD when they said it was the last set. Those have the signify signatures on them and I figured that I can use those to verify later releases.
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