Although it's by 'manual hackers' is this of any real concern?
Generallly any os is only as secure as you make it.
Hell, even windows is secure if you lock it in a room turned off.
On a more serious note, I would like to see their info. Statistics can be scewed very easily.
They say "secure" but don't mention the severity of any breaches. If someone guesses a user password on a linux box, generally the damage will be localized, and negligable.
On a windows system..yikes..
I don't get how they say os X is so much more secure. It is a *bsd after all..just a modified one.
Don't lose any sleep over their "study"
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