An anonymous reader writes: I just came across this article while reading about the latest Windows exploit, and many people being glad they used OpenBSD. It seems that while everybody considers OpenBSD to be the most secure OS around, it is anything but. With the lack of access controls, developers refusing to acknowledge security vulnerabilities and specious claims, it seems that the title of most secure OS is ill fitting. The article makes many good points, and I think it would be good to hear the OpenBSD communities side of the story.
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