OpenBSD 3.9 Reviews
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Newest Review: ... With OpenBSD much of this is not needed. The only thingI have to do is *activate* (which is much easier than 'lock down') ... more
Customer OpenBSD 3.9 Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/10/06 (Somewhat useful, 48 readings)
Something to really consider - though not for everyone. Steep - that's the best way to describe the ascent to the peak of the security in Operating Systems. I went through the process myself and I'm still going ... But like any real mountain expedition, once you've reached the summit, you forget all the troubles going there. OpenBSD is similar. My first trial was with 3.1, which installed basically rather simply. But it wouldn't do anything. Then, I was told that you need *to know* in order to get anything out of it. And now I enjoy the view off that summit. Being a system administrator now I can fully appreciate what OpenBSD does. In between I had to 'lock ... Read the complete review
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