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Date:      Tue, 3 Feb 2004 13:25:42 -0500
From:      "G. Rosamond" <george@sddi.net>
To:        <freebsd-advocacy@freebsd.org>
Subject:   NYC BSD User Group Meeting, Feb 4th
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   OpenBSD Security, Wes Sonnenreich on Wednesday, February 4th at 7 pm.

   While operating system security is a hot topic in the news today,
only
   one operating system can say that it's only had one remote
   vulnerability since its inception in 1996: OpenBSD.

   With a stringent auditing process and the committment of developers
   around the world, the OpenBSD example has transformed the way in
which
   operating system security is viewed.

   Wes Sonnenreich is the author of "Building Linux and OpenBSD
   Firewalls" and "Network Security Illustrated." His presentation will
   look at the OpenBSD operating system, and the the clear lessons it
   teaches about building secure systems.

   The meeting will be held at the offices of SageSecure, LLC at 116 W.
   23rd Street at 6th Avenue on the fifth floor.

   This meeting is free and open to the public.



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