prushik on 2 Mar 2017 08:18:58 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] "Most Secure" heh heh

Its an obvious false flag operation. MS releases an OS thats more insecure than ever but can be fixed by removing admin rights. Next, Microsoft removes everybody's admin rights in the name of security and now everybody is a slave to MS. Android works with no admin rights, why not a desktop OS? What do users need admin rights for anyway? Nothing that microsoft approves of.

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From: jeff <>
Sent: 03/02/2017 09:22:58
To: Philadelphia Linux User's Group Discussion List <>
Subject: [PLUG] "Most Secure" heh heh

despite Microsoft's touting of its latest OS as its "most secure," 
Windows 10 had the highest proportion of vulnerabilities of any OS 
(395), a 46 percent jump from Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 (265 each). Here 
too the Avecto study found that the majority of Windows 10 
vulnerabilities (93 percent) could be mitigated by removing admin rights.
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