Re: Mac most secure servers?
On Thu, 22 Feb 2001, Peter Cordes wrote:
> The most secure OS is the one you can do the best job securing.
> Some OSes make it easier to learn to secure them. The classic
> example is OpenBSD which is "secure by default", because it's
> default install is to not run any services.
But what's about "security by design" (and OSes like plan9)? Can we
still call systems with "root concept" (Linux, *BSDs, etc.) secure?
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