Book Review: Absolute OpenBSD
OpenBSD packages a unique combination of security and usability. While I don't agree with Absolute OpenBSD's back cover when it gushes that "OpenBSD is the most secure operating system in the world" — I can make arguments for Multics, QNX, OS/400, Plan 9, and more — there's no denying that OpenBSD's security profile is far stronger than that of any of its direct competitors, certainly more "than any variety of Linux or Windows."
(Submitted by Danny Fri Sep 5, 2003 )
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