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Re: Securing Small Networks with OpenBSD
On Fri, Mar 01, 2002 at 11:37:25AM +0000, A. Farber wrote:
This article sucks. It's out of date. It explains how to use ipfilter with
OpenBSD 2.8, and the author says that it chose it because ipfilter is the
default firewall of OpenBSD. It's no true any more.
Plus I don't know why the author recommends thttpd instead of Apache.
thttpd is fast, but it had multiple security flaws in the past.
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