A second remote hole for OpenBSD
Posted Mar 15, 2007 16:17 UTC (Thu) by bronson
In reply to: A second remote hole for OpenBSD
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Because OpenBSD ships with neither SMBFS nor Bluetooth enabled by default, these remote holes would not count against it. Therefore, they should not count against Linux. As ajross was saying, you need to compare apples to apples.
Personally, I think pretty much any measurement against OpenBSD's default install is meaningless. Nobody runs it! "Only 12 remote holes in a fully-provisioned OpenBSD LAMP setup!" would be a much better statistic.
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