How to Shut the Mouths of the WinDupes 923
There aren't any, because no one is attacking it, because it's market share is too small to be worth the trouble
The onus is on *you* to prove that these attacks are in fact happening, since you "buttert" that they are happening.
It simply *can't* be a coincidence that the most widely used platform - Windows - also has the most attacks. No one is attacking OS-2, or BeOS, or Linux, or Amiga, or TRS-80s, or OS X because there simply aren't any targets to attack.
If OS X ever gets a good percentage of the billion or so machines connected to the net - instead of the paltry 25 or 30 million that it currently has - it will become an attractive target.
Until then, it is secure by virtue of it's obscurity. So is OS-2 and BeOS, and no one in their right mind would claim that either of those is "secure by design".
How to Shut the Mouths of the WinDupes 924
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