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To check that it's 100% ok, and to check that it doesn't containt anything "bad" :)

I tried to google but with no luck. Of course it's need to be downloaded over a secure connection, HTTPS!

Thank you!

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closed as not a real question by Gilles, Caleb, Michael Mrozek May 28 '11 at 18:39

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For a quick and dirty look, have a dig around in here. – boehj May 28 '11 at 10:35
Do not crosspost, please read our FAQ. The version on Security.SE is (marginally) better worded and has several answers already, so I'm voting to close this one. – Gilles May 28 '11 at 13:57

The SHA256 checksums for OpenBSD releases are available in the same folder on the http/ftp servers you downloaded the iso image from.

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I asked about HTTPS. – LanceBaynes May 28 '11 at 10:04
You only get https if the mirror you use provides https, which most do not. You can check the integrity of your mirror by using the checksum from a different mirror if you like. Otherwise, move on to more important problems. If somebody compromised the release structure and all the mirrors have a bogus release with bad checksum files, serving them up over https wouldn't save anybody! – Caleb May 28 '11 at 10:12

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