Security researchers give strong evidence that #linux is less secure than #windows in a number of ways. I get that. What I don't get is the lack of discussion around the amount of irremovable telemetry and privacy concerns in Windows make it as negatively impactful as Linux in real world use for most nontechnical users. Doesn't Windows seem a bit like locking yourself in a safe room with an untrusted entity, where Linux is a regular room but without that? What am I missing?
@rudolf I thought it was common knowledge? Madaidan (whose papers cite other security researchers), Daniel Micay, etc..
This is some guy, who doesn't say anything about his education or profession, writing things anybody could extract from Google or Microsoft postings.
I read what he writes about Android, as this is what I know most about. He has no idea about Android security. I won't waste more effort on him.
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