I like, the private touch the screencast and the developer-designed website gives the project, even if part of a big company. This actually raises its credibility.
Yes, and it seems to me that distros (at least those intended for "enterprise") should be hardened by default also. If I install RHEL or OEL and then have to run a Chef or Puppet config to "harden" it, something is wrong.
RHEL aims to be secure, while also remaining fairly compatible with previous versions.
Red Hat do have documentation on how to harden, but most users don't use it and instead turn SELinux completely off as one of the first configuration steps.
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Other branches include T-Online (private ISP, actually a former subsidiary), T-Systems (subsidiary proving services to the public sector and larger corporations) and T-Home (which I have trouble telling apart from T-Online). There may be other branches too, but in practice most people in Germany just lump them all together anyway.