and yet companies keep moving more and more critical business applications
to Windows..................

On 10/23/07, Hall, Philip <phall@xxxxxxxx> wrote:


And until then, let's drop the nonsense that Windows security
is equivalent to i5/OS security. That's simply rubbish.

Oh, don't misunderstand me, I agree there. I was in a round about way
stating that, as with other OS security, it's never as strong as the
developers who are implementing it think it is - otherwise there wouldn't be
the cat & mouse manoeuvres we read about each day.

--phil


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