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BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
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Which operating system has suffered the most vulnerabilities since around the turn of the millennium? That would be Linux, not Microsoft’s Windows, at least according to a freshly released report.

An analysis of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s National Vulnerability Database, compiled by Thebestvpn.com, tracked ‘technical vulnerabilities’ in popular pieces of software between 1999 and 2019.

And Debian, a flavor of Linux, was top of the table with 3,067 vulnerabilities over the last two decades. Reasonably close behind was Android on 2,563 vulnerabilities, with the Linux kernel in third place having racked up a count of 2,357. Apple’s macOS was only slightly behind that with 2,212, with Ubuntu in fifth place on 2,007.

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https://www.techradar.com/news/windows-1...ally-linux
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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.




A nerd strikes back Jhikpghf
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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
I don't know much about computers but I think the Linux kernel is installed near the core of almost every operating system in use.

Making it by far the most common operating system in use.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_kernel
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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.

Let me guess...the study was paid for by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation? How many of those vulnerabilities do you think go unreported by Microsoft to keep the stock price up?

I call bullshit.
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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
If Linux is the most vulnerable operating system, then a year ago that was a false premise. I’m from the vulnerable and I’m here to weep.

Slackware then Falseware are valid assets of Church of Bob. When Bill and Melinda discredit anything taught by dis, they get their money’s worth. Any disk operating system does undergo adolescence unto a disk irrigating system.
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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
Vulnerabilities are much more likely to be found by security researchers and then patched in open source software like linux, Android, Apache, Chrome etc than in closed source like Windows and other proprietary software.

https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/ma...abilities/
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08-01-2020 07:23 PM

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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
And then there Was Windows 11.
And Its a Wrap.
Next!
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08-01-2020 07:36 PM

 




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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
HAHAHA, this is funny!! Very funny stuff!!

If Microsoft wants to throw a boatload of money at me, I too will write a favorable article that lies on their behalf saying that their operating system is not the most vulnerable system available.

Microsoft operating systems are so vulnerable, that it is hard not to believe that their engineers do it on PURPOSE!

Yep!
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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
Linux is a kernel. Not an OS.
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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
Yet somehow M$ browsers are always the first ones hacked in professional competitions.

But otherwise, a fine point.
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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-01-2020 04:37 PM)
Which operating system has suffered the most vulnerabilities since around the turn of the millennium? That would be Linux, not Microsoft’s Windows, at least according to a freshly released report.

An analysis of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s National Vulnerability Database, compiled by Thebestvpn.com, tracked ‘technical vulnerabilities’ in popular pieces of software between 1999 and 2019.

And Debian, a flavor of Linux, was top of the table with 3,067 vulnerabilities over the last two decades. Reasonably close behind was Android on 2,563 vulnerabilities, with the Linux kernel in third place having racked up a count of 2,357. Apple’s macOS was only slightly behind that with 2,212, with Ubuntu in fifth place on 2,007.

More outrageousness below

https://www.techradar.com/news/windows-1...ally-linux


Good point.


But considering the prevalence of the respective OS's, which of them is responsible for the most economic damage and loss of privacy when hacked?

It ain't Linux.
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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
‘Holes in the Linux Random Number Generator’
Published on May 11th, 2006

https://securiteam.com/unixfocus/5RP0E0AIKK/

One of the kernel developers resigned after Torvalds poo-poohed the problem.

You can probably find it on a message board if you have a better browser and search engine than I do.

Regardless whether this was ever fixed, the truth is no operating system is secure at all.

And you have to include ancillary packages besides the kernel, and applications.

The reason for this is quite simple.

Intelligence agencies have the mission to be able to access any computer at any time and place even if it's not connected to a network.

The easiest way to do that is hardware backdoors and software backdoors, and to create those all you have to do is put some of the developers on the payroll, and swear them to secrecy under penalty of violating espionage laws, national security classification laws.

The reason Winblow$ needs updates isn't because they couldn't have debugged it some time between Windows NT and winblow $10.

It's because when these exploits become widely used by non-governmental parties, it's time to replace the known exploit with a fresh unknown one.

The other problem with Linux is developers from M$, Adobe, Oracle and other companies contribute packages to it.

Free doesn't mean nobody is getting paid.

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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
Remove Sudo, which was specifically designed as a test to see if Linux could be compromised. Then Bill Gates made it an integral part of Linux.

No sudo=bullet proof.[/b]
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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-01-2020 08:32 PM)
Remove Sudo, which was specifically designed as a test to see if Linux could be compromised. Then Bill Gates made it an integral part of Linux.

No sudo=bullet proof.[/b]

there is no such thing as "bullet proof" in the cyber world~


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RE: BLASPHEMY: Windows 10 isn’t the most vulnerable operating system – Linux is.
Every windows user has run antivirus to clean their system

Every linux user enjoys their system as I do. Never any problem.

I use latest: Linuxmint 20 Cinnamon.
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