Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 15th Apr 2009 09:54 UTC
Bugs & Viruses Whenever the Conficker worm comes up here on OSNews (or any other site for that matter) there are always a number of people who point their fingers towards Redmond, stating that it's their fault Conifcker got out. While Microsoft has had some pretty lax responses to security threats in the past, it handled the whole Conficker thing perfectly, releasing a patch even before Conficker existed, and pushing it through Windows Update. In any case, this made me wonder about Linux distributions and security. What if a big security hole pops up in a Linux distribution - who will the Redmond-finger-pointing people hold responsible?
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Since we are being hypothetical ...
by Sabon on Thu 16th Apr 2009 21:11 UTC
Sabon
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Since we are being hypothetical ... I should mention that there just might be little people on the dark side of the moon made up of dark matter so we can't see them. They just MIGHT be feeding off us humans until their mothership comes to get them. In the meantime, people that seem like wackos will be abducted (those that are rejected because they don't taste good are put back on earth) and eaten.

Hey, I figure this is as valid as this article. And since my hypothetical beings are made up of dark matter and invisible to us, you can't prove that I'm wrong.

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