OpenBSD is universally known as an operating system designed with security in mind, proudly being able to say that it has had “Only two remote holes in the default install, in a heck of a long time!” However, OpenBSD ships with several pieces of non-free, binary only firmware in the base system, and depending on the hardware detected, by default a script will download more at first boot, without informing the user of this. With a default installation, you might end up using some of this non-free firmware without even knowing it– and, if you try to install additional software, you might end up unwittingly installing non-free programs. LibertyBSD is a “deblobbed” version of OpenBSD. You can get all of the benefits of OpenBSD, while being sure that there is nothing non-free lurking in the depths of your system.