Questions on Security
scottbb1973 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 6 18:24:55 UTC 2010
No it does not. The main reason in my mind being is that because you have a
username and password it is harder to get any typ[es of infections through
and if you really do it correctly you may even put different things in to
groups so only certain groups can access certain things and this normally
keeps everything at bay.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian" <ad44 at cityscape.co.uk>
To: <ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 06, 2010 13:01
Subject: Re: Questions on Security
> On Thu 03 Jun 2010 at 18:03:34 -0400, Nathan Bahn wrote:
>> Attention all--
> We're all ears!
>> I have read (at least, insofar as Windows operating systems are
>> that Java Script should be disabled on web browsers whenever possible
>> because of drive-by infections from infected websites. Does this also
>> to Linux?
> Drive-by infections are triggered by a vulnerability in the browser.
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