Take a Closer Look at OpenBSD 4.3Aug 19, 2008, 00:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by John Fronckowiak)
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"Because the OpenBSD project is based in Canada, no United States export restrictions on cryptography apply, allowing the distribution to make full use of modern algorithms for encryption. Encryption can be found almost everywhere in the operating system, from file transfers to file systems to networking. Pseudo-random number generators are also included in OpenBSD, which ensures that random numbers cannot be predicted based on the system state. Other features include cryptographic hash functions, cryptographic transform libraries, and cryptographic hardware support.
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