Contributed by Peter N. M. Hansteen on from the no fault default dept.
solene@) offers an over view of the security features offered by a default OpenBSD installation.
The first paragraph of the introduction reads,
In this text I will explain what makes OpenBSD secure by default when you install it. Do not take this for a security analysis, but more like a guide to help you understand what is done by OpenBSD to have a secure environment. The purpose of this text is not to compare OpenBSD to other OSes but to say what you can honestly expect from OpenBSD.
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