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FreeBSD is an operating system that drives servers, desktops, and embedded systems. It evolved from BSD, the UNIX version created at the University of California, Berkeley, and has been in continuous development for over 30 years with contributions from a vast community.

FreeBSD boasts an array of features in networking, security, storage, and monitoring. These include the pf firewall, Capsicum and CloudABI capability frameworks, the ZFS filesystem, and the DTrace dynamic tracing framework. These features have established FreeBSD as the preferred platform for numerous high-traffic websites and widespread embedded networking and storage systems.

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