A Secure OS For the Dalai Lama?
Apr 19, 2009, 12:02 (3 Talkback[s])
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"...so in the long run, if the attackers want your data, the
entire move is moot. People should choose a platform based on their
productivity requirements instead of purely security. Furthermore,
most of the web servers broken into during these attacks (to be
used as command and control servers) were not Windows, but Linux.
What do you think?
"(While I have the floor I'd also like to take this opportunity
to plug two initiatives where Slashdot readers can directly help
the Tibetan tech community, either through sharing your expertise
or your cash! Firstly, one of the obstacles to migrating to Linux
for a Tibetan speaker is the lack of decent Tibetan font —
can you help? Secondly, Avaaz is raising funds for projects that
will help End The Blackout in Tibet, including a proposal to
support the deployment of Psiphon's circumvention network. Thanks,
or in Tibetan, thuk.je.che!"
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