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Ransomware meets Linux – on the command line!

A question came up a little earlier today about the inherent security of Linux.  A vendor I was evaluating mentioned in their literature that Linux required virtually no security patching.  As such, I wanted to share this article from earlier in the week as a rebuttal.  Though not specifically malware, its a great example of the fact that security by obscurity is still a really stupid idea.


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