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Old 17th October 2017
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Originally Posted by ibara View Post
And then you don't have to worry about bloaty impossible to not misconfigure desktop software.

Our OpenBSD workstations with their complex desktop software carry risks which our OpenBSD routers do not.

I operate some directly-connected servers that do more than routing, but they are services which are as carefully provisioned as I can make them. For example, I operate two web applications "on" the Internet but they are not publicly accessible. Access to them requires client certificates for authentication.
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