Contributed by jose on from the yep,-its-a-product dept.
Just found this on cisco's site.
From cisco site:
"The operating system is ArbOS, Cisco's own hardened version of OpenBSD, in which the TCP stack is rewritten and the user spaces removed. Telnet is disabled in the default configuration"
"Each component operates on top of ArbOS, a hardened, highly secure system based on the industry-standard OpenBSD."
A point of clarification to the submitter, it's actually from Arbor Networks , not Cisco, but yep, it's based on OpenBSD.
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