Re: Learning from Weaknesses
> If Linux had a desktop user base of 300
> million people, it would be as
> "insecure" as Windows 'cause for me is a
> matter of numbers
I am sorry, but I have to totally disagree with you on this.
If you were right, apache would be the most insecure server ever. I don't have the exact figures handy, but I think their market share is about 70%. So they do happen to have a "user base of 300 million people".
Now, according to you, MS servers couldn't help but be much more safer, much less vulnerable, much less targeted by attacks than apache ones. But, guess what -- it's actually the other way round. Which proves you wrong.