OpenBSD: audits give no indication of back doors

So far, the analyses of OpenBSD’s crypto and IPSec code have not provided any indication that the system contains back doors for listening to encrypted VPN connections. The OpenBSD developers started the code audit to investigate allegations made by Gregory Perry, the former CTO of crypto company NetSec. In an email to OpenBSD founder Theo de Raadt, Perry had accused developer Jason Wright and others of having built back doors into the IPSec stack. De Raadt made the email public and presented Perry’s allegations for discussion.

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