Security Among All Operating Systems

    Date06 Apr 2000
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    "Linux is more secure out of the box than win95 or 98, which is easy because Microsoft provides NO way to secure either win95 OR 98. Period. Linux is NOT more secure out of the box than OpenBSD. Nothing . . . "Linux is more secure out of the box than win95 or 98, which is easy because Microsoft provides NO way to secure either win95 OR 98. Period.

    Linux is NOT more secure out of the box than OpenBSD. Nothing you can buy, and nothing anyone you know can buy, is. There has not been a remote exploit (security hole, for you experts) in the default OpenBSD setup in two and a half years. Period."

    If there is ONE definitive proof that the source code being opened up for review provides the opportunity to create secure operating systems, OpenBSD is that proof."
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