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    Re: Why Debian is still not as secure as OpenBSD ? (Score: 1, Informative)
    by Anonymous on Wednesday, May 30 @ 22:07:59 BST

    well, you don’t HAVE to trust them. Download the src-deb and look at the source!

    –G

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    Re: Why Debian is still not as secure as OpenBSD ? (Score: 2, Insighful)
    by Anonymous on Thursday, May 31 @ 01:01:36 BST

    In openBSD, you have to trust Theo de Raadt !!! 😉

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    Re: Why Debian is still not as secure as OpenBSD ? (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Thursday, May 31 @ 01:02:43 BST

    I want to know if there is a guide line for creating secure package ?

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    Re: Why Debian is still not as secure as OpenBSD ? (Score: 1)
    by Anonymous on Thursday, May 31 @ 21:15:24 BST

    This is reversed. With Debian, you always know who is responsible for a package, so if a Debian developer deliberately put a backdoor in a package, she would get kicked off the project when it comes to light – and it always does.

    It’s probably not much different with the *BSDs, but compare this to other Linux distros like SuSE or RedHat…

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