OpenBSD is a
security-focused, free and open-source, Unix-like operating system based
on the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD). Theo de Raadt created
OpenBSD in 1995 by forking NetBSD. According to de Raadt, OpenBSD is a
research operating system for developing security mitigations.
The OpenBSD project maintains portable versions of many subsystems as packages for other operating systems. Because of the project's emphasis on code quality, many components are reused in other software projects. Android uses a lot of its C standard library, LLVM uses its regular expression library, and Windows 10 uses OpenSSH (aka OpenBSD Secure Shell) with LibreSSL.
The word "open" in the name OpenBSD refers to the availability of the operating system's source code on the Internet, although the word "open" in the name OpenSSH means "OpenBSD". It also refers to the wide range of hardware platforms the system supports.
OpenBSD Linux 6.7 & 7.1 (32/64Bit)
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