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Originally posted on anthonyvenable110:
Earlier today, I wrote an article about why I feel that Linux is better with security than Windows. And when it was posted, I got a comment in reply from my cousin. That reply brought up a very valid point. He said this: “Lol…well Android is Linux and that market has had plenty of viruses”. I was quite impressed with what he said, so I had no choice but to agree with him on that one. Yet, it got me thinking. I started really wondering that the differences between Android and Linux were. And why is one inherently less secure than the other? We’ll get to that in a moment. But before we get there understand that first of all Linux is not an operating system per se, but a family of operating systems that are all based on the same kernel. Think of it as if they all have…
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