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From: Cyrille Lefevre (cyrille.lefevre_at_laposte.net)
Date: Thu Jul 11 2002 - 18:41:21 CDT
On Tue, Jul 09, 2002 at 05:57:44PM +0200, Alex wrote:
> Hello/Beste Jeremy,
> Tuesday, July 09, 2002, 5:52:43 PM, you wrote:
> JSA> Just because the firewall is OpenBSD do NOT make it anymore secure then a
> JSA> well tuned and hardened FreeBSD box. The box is only as secure as the
> JSA> administrator maintaining it.
> OpenBSD had earned it reputation on security. It score a little better
> then FreeBSD on this topic. At the very least you have less possibility
> of a insecure system. OpenBSD would be the best general choice
one thing I dislike w/ OpenBSD is that there are almost no advisories ?
are they "so" secure or are they just hidding things like "not seen, not caught" ?
-- Cyrille Lefevre mailto:cyrille.lefevrelaposte.net
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