How much experience with BSD do you have (any flavor of BSD)? How much of that is specifically OpenBSD? Oh, none? Jeez, you talk alot for someone with such little experience...(and don't BS me...if you can't figure out how to install drivers in Slackware, OpenBSD would slaughter you).iMav said:i said it is as vulnerable (may be not)
We seem to have strayed off topic...my original arguement was for OpenBSD, not *BSD in general. So what if there's 1500 (random number I pulled off my head...don't take that literally!) different flavors of BSD...none of them do the same code auditing and have as strict of standards as the OpenBSD project.
In fact, we seem to have strayed off both ends...my arguement was Vista vs. OpenBSD. Who cares about Mac/WinXP/Linux/etc...? I came into this stating the title was incorrect because OpenBSD is more secure than Vista.