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OpenBSD: The Most Secure Operating System?


For when security really matters.
OpenBSD also incorporates encryption in the operating system. Other systems, like Windows XP, with its Encrypted File System (EFS), layer encryption on top of the operating system rather than build it into the foundation. In OpenBSD, KDS' Heimdal implementation of Kerberos IV and V authentication protocols are a core part of the windowing and log-in systems. And the TCP/IP stack has had the Internet Security Protocol (IPSec) built in since 1997.
 read more | mail this link | score:3388 | -Alex, August 26, 2000 (Updated: July 29, 2003)
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