Install OpenBSD to secure your Web server

Tuesday, 10 May 2005, 9:19 AM EST

The OpenBSD team prides itself on producing one of the most—if not the most—secure operating systems in the world. If you are concerned about keeping the sensitive data within your organization protected, consider OpenBSD. As a member of the 4.4BSD-lite family of operating systems, OpenBSD sets itself apart by claiming to be "secure by default". The basis for this claim is the diligence of the OpenBSD code auditing team and the inclusion of military grade cryptography in the base system (including Kerbos, OpenSSH, and IPSec). OpenSSH runs best with this OpenBSD (as it was developed by the OpenBSD team).

By Gregory L. Magnusson at DevX.

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