Monthly Archives: January 2013

History of BSD

So about the history of BSD, I have to say that the BSD projects have successfully covered up a lot of the History of their OS which is full of scandals and replaced it with one that causes a lot … Continue reading

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OpenBSD: Not Free Not Fuctional and Definetly Not Secure

The developers of OpenBSD including the tyrannical Theo de Raadt always claimed that their operating system OpenBSD aims to be the most secure system there is and that their code is the heavily audited. In fact, the public motto of … Continue reading

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FreeBSD jails are a huge security liability

If you’re thinking of employing FreeBSD jails in your server environment or use them to run insecure applications, it will be good for you to reconsider those options. Jails are one some of the most vulnerable phony “security” features ever … Continue reading

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