[kwlug-disc] Linus viruses
shane.msg at gmail.com
Tue Jul 27 19:37:50 EDT 2010
Or possibly "cracked?" I'm appalled that you don't know the difference.
It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog.
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Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2010 19:35:11
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Subject: Re: [kwlug-disc] Linus viruses
Insurance Squared Inc. wrote, On 07/27/2010 7:10 PM:
> On another thread on this list, someone wrote:
> Time and time again we are seeing that even with the protections in
> I call foul :). I'm on the interwebs pushing the 'any' key all day long
> on my linux desktop and I have 0 security issues with Java - Or anything
> else for that matter. So I pose the following questions:
> 1) have you ever had your linux desktop hacked? Or any type of security
I think, in the context of the thread you're referring to, your
'premise' isn't quite reasonable.
'Hacked', I think, is another one of those terms, like 'nefarious',
that means different things to different people.
If, instead of 'hacked', you substituted 'unintended, unwanted, or
unanticipated behaviour', then these (my) comments don't apply.
If such a substitution were made, and in the context of the
originating thread, then I cannot imagine the answers not being
overwhelmingly: YES, darn it!
Page referrals, refreshes, redirections, pictures, spam, and the list
probably goes on far longer than what any of us would like.
In these senses, I think 'nefarious' behaviour is platform agnostic.
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