A second remote hole for OpenBSD
Posted Mar 14, 2007 23:09 UTC (Wed) by akumria
In reply to: A second remote hole for OpenBSD
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And when OpenBSD say 'default install' I take it to mean all the officially supported software. Not just the default configuration they happen to ship out. This is the software that they take most seriously with audits and such things. They tend to be very serious about this sort of thing.
That's what you take it to mean but a lot of people, including me, take "default install" to mean the OpenBSD kernel and OpenSSH.
I'd say that for those two components the number of times the "default install" has been remotely compromised would be very similiar on most *BSDs and Linux. Especially as everyone is using OpenSSH.
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