OpenBSD

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OpenBSD

(operating system)
A version of BSD Unix with an emphasis on security. A lot of security work that is ported to other free operating systems originates with OpenBSD and a lot of code review is done here.

Sub-projects of OpenBSD include implementations of SSH, ntpd, and CVS, to be called OpenCVS.

OpenBSD Home.
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OpenHAL was initially based on ar5k, which was used as the basis for a proprietary HAL replacement for the OpenBSD project.
OpenSSH is provided and managed by the OpenBSD project.
OpenBSD welcomes the additional processing capability that this machine will make available for development and testing activities," said Ian Darwin of the OpenBSD project.
Our developers have written device drivers for numerous PCI cryptographic devices, which were expensive, slow, buggy, and over-complicated," commented Theo de Raadt, OpenBSD Project Leader.
OpenSSH was developed by a group of programmers under the OpenBSD project.
4BSD-derived Unix-like operating system, developed by volunteers and contributors to the non-profit OpenBSD Project.