Is Linux Really More Secure Than Windows?

Microsoft has organized a huge security program as a result of vocal complaints from users, while the Linux effort is, in Eric Hemmendinger’s words, “less disciplined but more timely.”
Ramen, Slapper, Scalper and Mighty may sound like Santa’s new team of reindeer, but they are creatures far lower down the evolutionary ladder — and much less welcome. These are worms that have infiltrated Linux servers in recent months, commandeering the servers for use in distributed denial-of-service attacks. Linux enthusiasts who once believed they were less vulnerable to attack than Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) users have begun to wonder whether they were overly optimistic. (full story)

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