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Linux isn't really more secure than Windows. It's really more a matter of scope than anything. No matter what malware, exploits, and bad users exist EVERYWHERE. One being more secure than the other is nothing more than anecdotal evidence. Malware exists for *nix, Mac, Windows, Android, iOS, Symbian, Xbox(yes), hard drives, and bios. No operating system is ...


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I think you're hearing information that was generally thought by not so tech savvy people that a Mac doesn't require AV, or is less susceptible to attacks. That's a very bad assumption, and the idea was brought about by individuals who gave Windows a bad stigma, and were pro-Apple. Some individuals learn that Mac is based on Unix/Linux. They learn, or ...


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I assume that your ISOs a provided with a hash in order to verify their integrity right? Just grab the hash along with the ISO, write that sucker down on a piece of paper (yes it's long, just do it). When you've burned your DVD, pop it into another system and generate an ISO based off the DVD using the dd command (unlikely anyone would compromise dd in ...



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