Windows Server 2003 mai bun ca Linux pe securitate (Romanian)

Conform cu cele scrise de Paul Thurrott în articolul de azi de pe WinInformant:

Windows Beats Linux in Live Security Contest

During a live duel of sorts between backers of Windows 2003 and Red
Hat Enterprise Linux during the RSA Conference 2005 this week in San
Francisco, a surprising victor emerged. Based on the previously agreed
upon rules, Windows 2003 came out ahead, emerging as the more secure
OS. How could this happen, you ask? After agreeing to terms, backers of
both OSs evaluated the security-oriented performance of Windows 2003
and Red Hat Enterprise Linux during the past year, looking at such key
criteria as number of reported security vulnerabilities and the amount
of time that elapsed between the public disclosure of a security flaw
and the release of a fix. But doesn’t the open-source model practically
guarantee that fixes are released more quickly than they are with
proprietary OSs? I guess not. Results of the competition will be
released next month, but here’s the gist: Windows 2003 won every part
of the competition. It had fewer flaws overall. The average time
between Windows 2003 flaw reports and fixes was less than half that of
Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Less than half. Does this mean that Windows
is more secure than Linux on the server? Not necessarily. But it
certainly provides an interesting real-world example of why assumptions
about Linux security are completely bogus, as I’ve often noted.

About Sorin Dolha

My passion is software development, but I also like physics.
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One Response to Windows Server 2003 mai bun ca Linux pe securitate (Romanian)

  1. Unknown says:

    :))))))))))))))))))))No, pe bune, cred ca daca s-ar face un concurs de bloguri "Best MS bullcrap advertisement disseminator", al tau ar fi cu siguranta pe podium.

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