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Old 18th July 2008
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Default BSD Security for newbies

# These lines discuss some of the pitfalls of manual note keeping.

So I was like looking for security stuff BSD related on the web and I like write stuff down so I can look at like at another time except I totally forgot where I wrote this one website down at and I could not remember much about it except like it might be important and you can read about me trying to get some help finding it here:


So I was flipping through some pages of my notes on the day that I made my original post and there it was!! But that was before I had to like edited it cause CJ was like dude your post sucks like google can't index nothing out of it like change it or I'll cap it.

Anyways ...

I was like OMG! It was with me like THE-whole-freaking-time!! lol.

# This section describes a website as it actually relates to the topic title.

And the website I like lost but had with me is:



I am not saying to run it just because it is there. Personally, I wanted to pick it apart first and see what it does and/or learn something new and you may want to too hence the reason for my post.

# These lines are left over from the original post before editing.

Something with the website is broke right now, but google has a cache:

Last edited by crayoxide; 21st July 2008 at 10:53 PM. Reason: complaints about the lack of verbosity.
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