OpenBSD is a free, UNIX-like operating system derived from 4.4BSD which runs on multiple platforms. The OpenBSD Project focuses on "portabililty, standardization, correctness, security and cryptography."
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The OpenBSD Project
Multiplatform Ultra-Secure Operating System. Focus: portability, standardization, correctness, security, and cryptography.
Free version of the SSH/SecSH protocol suite of network connectivity tools developed by the OpenBSD Project.
Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
OpenBSD at work
Prominent users of OpenBSD and how it's being used.
The OpenBSD FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions.
The OpenBSD Foundation
A Canadian non-for-profit corporation, supporting OpenBSD and related projects. Headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta.
A resource for this community. New articles posted often; focus: firewalls, Internet services, intrusion detection, other topics of interest.
Web-interface to the OpenBSD ports tree and packages collection, based on sqlports and ports-readmes from the project. Browse by category or use a full-text search. The virtual categories and inter-dependencies of all packages are shown.
OpenBSD | Lobsters
OpenBSD-relevant links at lobste.rs, an open-source link aggregator created by an OpenBSD developer.
OpenBSD laptop configuration site and OpenBSD-mobile mailing list archive.
Super User's BSD Cross Reference: OpenBSD
A source-code search based on OpenGrok. Useful not only in system and application software development, but also for figuring out whether particular hardware is supported.
An unofficial OpenBSD account on Tumblr.
Hackers Meet Soldiers
OpenBSD has a well-deserved reputation for fanatic security. Why does the U.S. military DARPA fund this Canadian-based software via the Composable High Assurance Trusted Systems program? [ONLamp.com] (March 13, 2003)
O'Reilly Network: OpenBSD in a Datacenter Scale Environment
Details of OpenBSD powering a high profile site. (August 01, 2000)
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