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THANKS TO IS SHITTY QUALITY CONTROL THE NSA PROLLY HAS HUNDRED OF BACKDOORS IN LINSUX, AND YOU THINK YOU ARE SECURE, SUPER KEK.
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>>63366585
>local exploit
Who cares?

Meanwhile, Windows has had a vulnerability in its DNS client for years, allowing remote code execution:

https://www.bishopfox.com/blog/2017/10/a-bug-has-no-name-multiple-heap-buffer-overflows-in-the-windows-dns-client/
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>>63366595
Also Windows 10 has no first party encryption tools for normies to use unless they pay a bunch of money for professional windows 10, no one who got a free upgrade gets it.
Whereas most distros and OSX have encryption tools by default
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>exploits requiring physical access to the machine
oh wow its fucking nothing

>SHITTY QUALITY CONTROL
You can only judge if you have something to compare to. I'm willing to bet my arm even despite this the quality control at "le linsux" is still miles ahead of Currysoft.


It's not "linsux" that had scrollbar rendering in the kernel space.
SUPER KEK
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>requires physical access
>He doesn't use USBKill
Serves you right if you get hacked.
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>>63366611
>>63366595
>>63366631

Freetards will always bring Windows to a Linux discussion, as if talking about Windows make Linux less shitty, it doesn't.
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>>63366712
Learn to read next time instead of spouting clickbait in caps lock
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>>63366745
>Local exploit

KeK
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>>63366585
>didn't fork linux
>didn't audit the whole thing
>didn't develop own OS over night at this day and age
you asked for it.
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>>63366779
Why do use phrases and terms you haven't fully grasped yet?
Read what a local exploit is.

And unless you're trying to prank someone "Priviledge escalation", "executution of malicious code" and "denial of service" is the end goal of most malware no matter whether it's achieved by a remote or local exploit.
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>>63366712
You say that as if you, a Windows user, making a bait thread about GNU/Linux isn't the exact same sin.
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>>63366779
Ever wondered why vulnerabilities in Windows are rarely found and disclosed? Hint: it's not because it's written better.
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>>63366845
Not all are just local exploits, NSA could have a backdoor remotly thanks to Linux shitty quality control.
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>>63366858
>He thinks I use or care about Windows

KeK
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>>63366907
As opposed to backdoors put there with a voluntary agreement with Microsoft?
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>>63366907
>could
That's an important word in analyzing the meaning of your statement. Could. Not "has", but "could have". NSA could have a remote backdoor in every single piece of electronic equipment since the 1990s. Could. Not has. Could. Innocent until proven guilty.
Go be useful and hunt for these vulnerabilities then.

>shitty quality control.
It's not shitty compared to it's rivals. It's just sub-par overall. Linux always was a compromise in everything.
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>>63366948
>>63367014

Just speculation, Linux has shity quality control and prolly is already compromised by the NSA.
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>>63367156
>Just speculation
Except it's not you fucking retard, were you even around when WannaCry happened?
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>>63367241
Well, thankguly I don't use or care about Windows, freetard.
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>>63367156
SELinux security module (used in Fedora and it's derivatives RHEL, CentOS etc) was developed by the NSA for the US DoD it's a GPLv2 derivative work.
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>>63367241
freetards on suicide watch
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>>63366585
>YOU THINK YOU ARE SECURE
no one should assume they are secure in current year, regardless of OS. you have seen all the vulnerabilities and leaks released right?

assume you are always being spied on while connected to the web. use strict network level firewall rules, encrypt your disks, and keep local and off site backups of your data. avoid services that don't respect your privacy whenever possible. use an ad blocker. use antivirus if youre liable to do something retarded.

there's not much else you can do, anon. every modern OS is compromised, just use whatever is comfy. also turn cruise control off next time, it makes you look autistic




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