Tor server using Vista?
Alexander W. Janssen
alexander.janssen at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 15:11:26 UTC 2008
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Eugen Leitl wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 04, 2008 at 03:09:16PM +0100, Alexander W. Janssen wrote:
>> I ain't no Windows-advocate but I find this argument a bit weak.
>> Nowadays all the modern operating systems have the same problems: To
> http://openbsd.org/ is not a modern operation system? FreeBSDs?
> Even modern Linux distros, with security hardening?
That's not what I said. OpenBSD might be a rare exception, but you need
to take into account that it's mostly used by people who know what
they're doing. As for Linux, even though some distributions have SELinux
enabled by default, most of the people seem to shut it down for
>> much installed services by default, weak administration and the general
>> reluctance of users to pay attentions to security-updates and
>> best-practise when it comes to using common sense.
That's my explanation which is still valid.
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