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Old 25th November 2009
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Default OpenBSD chroot vs. FreeBSD jails

I don't intend to start a war but would like to know the real security differences between OpenBSD chroot and FreeBSD jails. Are jails indeed more secure than using chroot or is chroot as secure if implemented correctly?

Please no wars, I'm only looking for information to implement a few web sites now, and possibly a few dozen at a later time. They will all need to access a database and I prefer to use a reverse proxy.
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