Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 11th Oct 2005 20:38 UTC, submitted by LogError
Windows As promised, Microsoft on Tuesday issued nine separate security patches, fixing vulnerabilities in DirectX, Exchange, Internet Explorer, and Windows itself. Three of the fixes were deemed "critical," four "important," and two "moderate".
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It's not just MS
by Beresford on Wed 12th Oct 2005 03:24 UTC
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No software is perfect, patching is a part of computers.
Have a look here and you will see gnu/linux has just as many security vulnerabilities.

They reason MS only release patches once a month is to make Windows administrators life easier. Apply all patches at once and then restart the servers / workstations once.
At least, that's what the MS marketing machine tells me ;)

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RE: It's not just MS
by on Wed 12th Oct 2005 06:22 in reply to "It's not just MS"
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100% bull!

FACT... Linux/UNIX has FAR, FAR less vulnerabilities than Windows.

And, when there is a vulnerability in Linux, it gets fixed right away, NOT LIKE Microsoft who feels it's better to deny guilt and put customers at risk for years before a patch is released.

Get the facts!

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