Contributed by grey on from the accidentally hit publish before formatting article OH CRAP dept.
EXCERPT: "OpenBSD uses strong cryptography throughout the operating system. This means that even details as mundane as user passwords are encrypted using heavy duty algorithms. OpenBSD offers stronger, deeper encryption throughout the operating system than comparable ones because, as a product of Canada, it is not bound by the export laws of the United States, which put restrictions on cryptography."
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