Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 5th Apr 2006 17:37 UTC, submitted by Mark
Linux "In GNU/Linux, file access is restricted. Users don't necessarily have the same rights when it comes to deleting, executing or even reading files. In fact, every file contain data such as its owner, its permissions and other information which defines exactly what can be done with it, and by whom."
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RE[2]: a recommended read
by captain_knobjockey on Thu 6th Apr 2006 07:58 UTC
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clearly you did not comprehend the article. what raver31 was saying, was that people on here automatically think that when linux gets as many users as windows, then it will get the same amount of malware,
however, as the article plainly shows, there is the file permission "defenses" that it has to get around first.

do some research first buddy

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