Are macs more insecure than Windows / GNU/Linux?
Apr 18, 2009, 12:01 (6 Talkback[s])
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"However, Macs are just another closed platform. It
can't be verified to be secure by any third party, so perhaps it
really is that they be more insecure than Güindous... given
that there's no source code to review, I can't really tell (not
that I would check the code, anyway).
"How much DRM code is in OSX these days? Does it spy its users
"a la güindous"? Does anybody know? No source code, so nobody
can't really tell."
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