Sorry dude but it's very wrong. Mac OS X - full of NSA backdoors, Apple collaborates with NSA
I always find it amusing how OpenBSD is "audited", yet there's not one audit report on the OpenBSD website. The closest answer I've been able to find on the mailing list is to review all of the CVS commit logs. Yeah, that's not opaque in the slightest...The bigger problem with OpenBSD is it's community. In the FreeBSD world, you have PC-BSD and pfsense, both of which are generally welcomed by the community. With OpenBSD, there were two sister projects that tried to target a similar audience: GnoBSD and Comixwall. Comixwall was the equivalent of pfsense for easy router/firewall management and GnoBSD was an attempt to make an easy-to-use desktop. Both, however, ended up shutting down after Theo and various users told them that their projects were worthless and that they weren't contributing to OpenBSD.Also, the NSA published a guide for security hardening OS X. It's a bit dated (2007), but it might still offer some tips.https://www.nsa.gov/ia/_files/os/applemac/I731-006R-2007.pdfIf their intentions were to leave OS X wide open, they wouldn't bother to make something like that available. The possible collaboration between Apple and the NSA seems more focused on the iPhone than the desktop.
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