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"But what do they mean, secure?"
is there a list of reasons why OpenBSD is more secure? it'd make it
easier to spell things out for people since not everyone is just a
hobbiest, and if the project is to survive it needs money and a userbase.
and bedrooms and home offices do not a big project make.
and OpenBSD needs to be more viable to people, and being told its secure
is one thing, but having it all spelled out for people is another. maybe
a list of the Auditing, things like IPF, etc?
i know it seems frivilous to some of you, since "we all know better" but
nobody else does. and a company that does things like buy CD's can't know
better unless they're told better.
http://www.openbsd.org/security.html is good but does nothing like a
"comparision". the audits are good, but how much of the system has been
combed over? what are some of the flaws? why is OpenBSD more secure than
FreeBSD? why would you want to use OpenBSD instead of FreeBSD? where do
other OS's fail?
it'd just help get the OS into commercial settings i'd suspect.
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