Need An Honest Answer
I work for a hedge fund, which is super secretive and high security environment. Right now, we use a PC running Windows and CuteFTP Pro to transfer files to various other financial companies. We're thinking about automating that.
As it stands right now, an user goes, clicks on a site, connects, and runs a few macro commands, and finally transfers the files.
Can this all be done with scripts in *nix? I was considering Debian since it has a reputation for being the most mature and reliable flavor. However, I'm also thinking about using OpenBSD, which I have no experience with. We're behind a firewall and fairly secure. We've never been compromised before and this machine will definitely be behind the firewall. Therefore, can I do what I want with *nix and is OpenBSD worth trying?