LinuxPlanet: Linux--The Most Secure OS of All?
Oct 02, 2003, 21:00 (7 Talkback[s])
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"Some may claim otherwise, but many insist that Linux is the
most secure operating system (OS) of them all.
"Linux security advocates point to a plethora of hardened
distributions and hardened kernels, for one thing. Linux
administrators can also take also take many steps to make any
distro even more secure, starting with installation procedures.
"Linux practitioners have seen security as a priority from day
one, according to Jim Dennis, one of the principals at
Starshine.org. 'Essentially, people who use Linux tend to value
security over features,' Dennis maintains..."