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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[23] The OpenBSD Project, openNTPD, http://www.openntpd.org/.
OpenSSH is provided and managed by the OpenBSD project. Like most open source projects, OpenBSD is composed solely of volunteers throughout the world who contribute their time and expertise to creating critical software free of charge.
"OpenSSH and the work of the OpenBSD project volunteers are integral to online security.