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OpenBSD has a process by which they audit programs by doing a "comprehensive file-by-file analysis of every critical software component". Which OpenBSD programs have been audited? Is there a list? I know httpd, ftpd, and sshd have been audited, but I can't find a comprehensive list

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why do you think that openbsd software is 'audited'? What do you mean by 'audited' ? – echox Oct 29 '11 at 18:03
openbsd.org/security.html - Audit Process – LanceBaynes Oct 29 '11 at 18:16
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May the source be with you.

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