OpenBSD Journal

[ZDnet] OpenBSD: The most secure OS around

Contributed by Dengue on from the zdnet dept.

Alex de Haas writes : "ZDnet runs this short article on the benefits of OpenBSD's proactive security. Focusses on the fact that only OpenBSD is proactive about security, while the rest of the systems focus on features."

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  1. By Noryungi () n o r y u n g i @ y a h o o . c o m on

    There is no mention of the 3.0 "cover", the audio track or the left-handed emoticons.
    There is also no mention of Theo outstanding understanding of newbies.
    The guy probably does not read OpenBSD Journal very often... =)
    (Yes, the my emoticons are right-handed. So there.)
    Seriously, though, it's nice to see a good article on OBSD... On ZDNet, of all places!

    1. By doot doodoo () on

      h4wh4wh4w! h3 c4nn07 3v3n sp3ll righ7!!!11!!

  3. By Anonymous Coward () on

    Excellent article! Glad to see more OpenBSD articles, advocacy, etc.. and *BSD for that matter!

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