daniel.carrera at zmsl.com
Sat Apr 29 18:31:45 UTC 2006
Alan McKinnon wrote:
> The benefit with Linux is that it's
> harder to deploy the malware in the first place and it's much harder
> to get it to be executable (execute bit and umask).
Ok, I know the execute bit part. What makes it harder to deploy? Are we
just relying on Firefox being secure?
> If you ever have this debate with an MS fundie, I suggest you side
> step that problematic question by (validly) pointing out that the
> other guy is setting up a straw man.
Where's the strawman? It seems like a valid question to me (the question
is not "is Linux perfect?" but "is it less vulnerable?").
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