Fw: [pro_tech] Study: Safest OS isn't Windows--or Linux

technomage technomage-hawke at cox.net
Tue Feb 24 13:08:28 UTC 2004

I was not the one that originally printed the article. I commented on it. the 
link should have been included.

I may have missed it in the original posting. a cursorysearch of zdnet might 
be in order though.... Still, I really don't trust zdnet to be fair about 
things other than windows.

Technomage Hawke

On Tuesday 24 February 2004 05:41 am, Tom Masterson wrote:
> Do you have the link to the rest of the article?
> By the way the statement you printed is nothing new nor is it untrue.  I am
> not an expert in linux but I do know that it is only as secure as you have
> the ability and know how to make it so by closing the purts and entry
> points.  There is no totally safe OS except the one that is on a standalone
> machine that is never hooked to a network (internet especially) and rarely
> gets new software on it.
> Tom

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