What is the most secure OS/distro?

What is the most secure OS/distro?

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wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Hardened_Gentoo

QNX

Alpine

by default I'd say openBSD

>nothing but plebe answers

T.A.I.L.S.

wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Hardened_Gentoo

Clip OS

Stop watching anime.

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>watching
thats a drawing you tard

There exists a qualitative difference between types of drawings. In point of fact, you can lump everything in one big giant category if you wanted so there exists no difference between anything. At the end of the day, it's a false equivalence intended to excuse your cartoon watching and idolization.

you watch anime videos, you look at anime pictures. stop being retarded.

> And you can't watch an image

Unironically, iOS

watching supposes the medium has passage of time, which a picture does not.

care to explain?

OpenBSD

you just aren't waiting long enough to see the bits rot

is a circle actually a circle? the ideal surely cannot be reality

RHEL with paid subscription

NonStop OS. You never heard of it and yet use it every time you use your credit card.

Qubes OS

Gentoo that is unplugged from the internet

might as well TempleOS then

Tribblix, OpenBSD, or SculptOS. Gnigger/Licknuts code quality is shit.

Based.

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Fedora

typewriter next to a fireplace

Temple OS.

FreeDOS

It's obviously OpenBSD, they're the only people making an OS who care about proactive security.

OpenBSD was immune to most of the new Spectre variants discovered in the last year out of box.

>SystemD
Nah. If you're gonna LARP as Mr. Robot, you gotta take the next step and get Heads.

Anime is Japanese for animation you retard.

Hardened BSD

Whatever has less code probably.

oberon

Digging up an old LISP Machine from an MIT's dumpster

this

Make your own

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LFS, with a lot of hardening

Alpine probably

9front
>Auth, data and processing are all done on separate machines.
>programs and userland are all minimal, even more so than OpenBSD or busybox.
>pretty much maximizes least privilege, sand boxing and process separation while also minimizing attack surface.

TempleOS

This

Or if you want Linux I would say rhel/centos

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