OpenBSD Journal

SecDog hosting moves infrastructure to OpenBSD

Contributed by grey on from the we like businesses who openly support us dept.

Thanks to John F. McClure for writing in with:

Secure Dog Hosting is now moving its infrastructure to OpenBSD. SecDog was mentioned before in a post and there was some confusion over its commitment to Linux or OpenBSD. No longer- news at August news. Also a change on the alliances page.

SecDog has been named many times as the most reliable host by Netcraft and the _first ever to go an entire month without a single failure. See here for old press release.

We've previously mentioned them here with regards to their Netraft results. And don't forget we're happy to mention other stories from businesses using OpenBSD.

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