Re: Which Router for VPN and Webhosting
Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2003 02:02:22 GMT
On 19 Sep 2003 18:09:43 -0700, BC spoketh
>Lars M. Hansen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
>> On 18 Sep 2003 17:44:56 -0700, BC spoketh
>> >Hmmm, if true, I guess that means nobody at Microsoft has a clue.
>> >Which in turn would mean all the rumors are true.... ;)
>> No, it means that all those boasting about Linux being a more secure
>> platform has had their head up their asses for too long.
>> Lars M. Hansen
>Sorry, but that's a ridiculous statement. Extremely ridiculous.
>So ridiculous that I think I should contact someone at American
>Heritage Dictionaries and ask him/her to consider using this as
>an example for "ridiculous," as in:
Ok, so we know you are able to spell "ridiculous", but why don't you try
to substantiate your claim that Linux is more secure than Windows...
Lars M. Hansen
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... >> platform has had their head up their asses for too long. ... >> Lars M. Hansen ... to substantiate your claim that Linux is more secure than Windows... ...
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... Subject: Ten least secure programs ... only someone that's hard up to bash Linux users would assume this. ... > corrected virtually all current and yet to be discovered security issues ...
- RE: Ten least secure programs
... contrary to the statistics. ... corrected virtually all current and yet to be discovered security issues ... with Linux. ... Subject: Ten least secure programs ...
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... there is no A/V software for Linux that protects ... Of course, many of them do run A/V software, but it's to protect Windows ... In today's environment, software *must* be secure first, with usability added ... Microsoft systems take the opposite approach, ...
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... - if a program that starts secure does not change then chances are that it remains secure ... Windows security has been breached, therefore there's no reason to believe that the problem can get worse on Linux, giving time and inclination. ... Personally, I think that position is unfair and does not take into consideration the simple fact that Microsoft made the industry, ... having a spec and publishing a spec are different notions. ...