This reply is not coming from Outhouse Express, hence not top posted ...
What a fscking moron! You send him to an OLD article (4 years old) that is
an interview with a guy trying to sell virus protection for Linux. When you
do go to Central Command's (his) website and check on the anti-virus
software they sell for Linux (
) it states clearly it's
used to protect Windoze client workstations that store executables and data
on a Linux file server. In other words you dimwit, their software is to
protect Windoze systems.
Please go and find a Linux virus - that's in the wild today - that can harm
a Linux system. Tell us about any infected Linux boxes you can verify
outside a lab somewhere. Viruses don't exist in the wild for Linux desktops
because by the very nature of Linux - the complete separation of the kernel
space from the user space, won't allow viruses to propagate and that is
exactly what viruses need to do. If you knew even the slightest bit about
Linux you'd know that the user would have to be as stupid as you to get a
virus in the first place. In fact, being as stupid as you, he wouldn't be
able to accomplish getting a virus. He'd have to purposely install the
virus, make it executable and then try and run it. Then it would only
affect the user space if he could do that.
Guess, we can't expect anything better from the pig-for-brains Frankie Boy.
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