posted by Eugenia Loli on Wed 4th Jun 2003 00:06 UTC, submitted by Social Engineer
IconThe latest OpenBSD 3.3 release arrives with even stronger attack defenses coupled with an amazing record of just a single remotely exploitable vulnerability in more than seven years, the best security track record for any general-purpose operating system around. Read the review at eWeek.

On another secure OS, Yahoo News is reporting on Hyrda, a supposedly "hackproof" web-services Operating System. One of the more interesting features of this seems to be the methods of safeguarding the embedded kernel; loading it from flash memory and constantly scanning the kernel (while loaded in ram) for viruses.

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