Acleacius wrote on Sep 16, 2020, 12:09:
Exploit, lmao it doesn't even say which OS. It's such a disaster, we are probably meant to just assume it's win 10, again?
It's an Active Directory exploit, it has multiple platform implications though they tested on Windows 10.
Microsoft's CVE stats have been getting progressively worse every year and their excuses are getting old. To me there is no reason to run their software in any setting other than gaming or casual users who live and die by software that refuses to run on other platforms. At work we use FreeBSD and OpenBSD, I use Arch Linux for everything at home other than gaming. I hope more shops follow suit because its increasingly difficult to recommend Microsoft software in enterprise settings when their testing and security is so awful. They were doing well for awhile and then in 2015 fired most of their internal testing, its all been downhill from there.
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