Recent security enhancements in NetBSD

Wednesday, 4 October 2006, 12:31 AM EST

Running on almost twenty different architectures, and easily portable to others, NetBSD gained its reputation as the most portable operating system on the planet. While that may indicate high quality code, the ever demanding networked world cares about more than just that. Over the past year, NetBSD evolved quite a bit in various areas. This paper, however, will focus on aspects relating to security.

At SecurityFocus.

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