Anyone got any comments on these claims about GNU/Linux security flaws?
@strypey I think it's a matter of relativity. Yes, there're quite a few shortcomings of the Linux model for desktop regarding sandboxing. The problem, of course, is that the same (and much worse) can be said for all the more widely-used desktops out there. Added security results in added complexity and reduced usability. I'd argue that most of the attack vectors described are low risk for the typical scenario of a computer that is almost exclusively used by an individual + a few trusted people.
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