Linked by Alcibiades on Wed 4th Jan 2006 18:04 UTC
Windows Like a lot of people who have worked in the business, I find myself in conversations about computer security with people who are having problems or know people who have problems. I wrote this to save me from explaining the same thing over and over again to different people, and to save them the trouble of having to make notes as we talked. It was meant to be something you could give to a 'naive user' and have them be able to read and follow it more or less unaided, and while not being a complete guide, at least be something that made them more secure than before they got it.
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Is it not a bit weird...
by cayfer on Wed 4th Jan 2006 21:43 UTC
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As the name implies, "computers" are intended to compute! One should expect work from a computer; not work for it!

I would hate to buy memory and cpu performance to run tons of anti-xxx software on them!

Linux is a good OS and it makes your computer work for you! Stop using an OS which even cannot spell its own name (Micros~1).

Edited 2006-01-04 21:44

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