Linux is just too open
Oct 19, 2009, 19:02 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Walter V. Koenning)
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"The startup shares every detail of protocols and
daemons being loaded, commands like du and top tell you the whole
truth about how much system resources are being used, and the
applications that run on Linux adhere to this same kind of honesty.
"And the system processes can not simply change configuration
details without adhering to pre-defined permissions.
"Moreover, they must place configurations in nice readable files
like apache.conf or dhcpd.conf, plain text readable with even
simple commands like more (no pun intended). And they must remain
totally submissive to the overall security and file system policies
already in place.
"Windows, on the other hand, is another story."