OpenBSD has an excellent track record when it comes to security. The default install has only had two remote code execution vulnerabilities in almost twenty years. Compare that to Windows, Linux or FreeBSD, which have had many more, and the conclusion is quite clear.
How I fell in love with the OpenBSD operating system
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You really made me think about trying OpenBSD.

However, I cannot help myself:

The default install has only had two remote code execution vulnerabilities in almost twenty years. Compare that to Windows, Linux or FreeBSD, which have had many more, and the conclusion is quite clear.

Let’s say that I own an airline that has had only 2 plane crashes in the last twenty years. And then there is another big airline that had approximately 164 plane crashes since 1999 (which is by the way the number of registered CVEs for remotely exploitable code execution in Debian Linux — source: http://bit.ly/2sTmlFR).

I claim my airline extremely safe! Let’s just not talk about any details like the total number of flights or transported passengers.

Is “using misleading facts to attract people” part of tech evangelist job?

Still thanks for a great article!

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