Perhaps Mitch Albom could write a book about it
TUESDAYS WITH MICROSOFT
Waiting until a certain day of the week to patch your software is one way to do it, but not on Linux.
It all started with the well-publicized troubles of people trying to break into Google’s systems using closed-source web browsers from a certain well-known closed-source software company.
Usually I ignore the issues people have with viruses, spam, and security holes in closed-source products, other than explaining why certain well-known operating systems and application suites are probably more susceptible to these types of issues than FOSS operating systems.
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