>>52525530 >starting a petition to shut the "loonix vulneravle cuz cve-2016-0728" fuckers up lol why anon? just look at them and laugh. open discussion of vulnerabilities in any OS is A) A good thing B) Traditional for *NIXs like Linux.
I remember laughing over an internal memo I read once where production leads at Microsoft both acknowledged over 60,000 bugs and various flaws with the Windows team alone, but no urgent need to fix them as they were deemed "insignificant". At least I'll grant them this, they're own internal testing uncovered the significant majority of them. >but > 60K? >lol, i mean come on
>>52526627 things that bug me most about win sec is svchost.exe. the stupid thing is only used to run DLLs but when you netstat it wont show you what dll it is [opening this port]
the scariest thing however is powershell, a shell with such an archaic non-usable shit language interface, it had to have been written by gov robots. it can do anything on ur pc, is totally scriptable, and likely undetectable. it has like a whole invisible OS with its own logging, and EVENTS (power up, insert cd, send packet, etc), and it can create invisible files, invisible guis, remote consoles, etc etc.
pretty much like everything on windows >comes with 20 open ports >no way to tell whats using them >try to disable them and the computer doesnt work anymore.
>from personal experience nsa comes preinstalled on ubuntu and windows >in 1995 intels logo was "intel inside" i think it was literal (inteligence [office] inside) >in 1995 mitnick said what snowden said, everyone said mitnick was batshit crazy, 20 years later it was proven
get a hardware firewall and only open port 80. i dont think you can secure windows or even your flashroms/bios anymore.
>>52526885 >things that bug me most about win sec is svchost.exe Yup. Even before I was much concerned about security as a complete noob I knew something seemed odd about that (at least I knew about the taskmgr.exe from day 1) one. The more I learned more about things, The more I grew suspicious of it. Today, I have little doubt that's just one of a slew of intentional exploits built into Wangblows--though one of the most pernicious.
>hardware firewall Heh, unless you had certainty about the heritage of the silicon onboard I'd find even that idea suspect. Certainly of anything sold directly here in Burgerland anyway.
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