Sander Vesik <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Yeah, now imagine a buffer overrun in a cgi and what the result is 8-)
Well, back in 1996, there weren't any worms, and the crackers were
after decent platforms. 8-)
Consumer Windows boxes are pretty much in the same boat today, and
they *are* targeted heavily. Sure, most home users haven't really
fast Internet connections, but a botnet of a few thousand bots can
wreck a lot of havoc, no matter how much the individual hosts can
> But I think there are enough problems also around efficent support
> for multi-stream i/o that these OSs have traditionaly been lousy on.
MacOS is very good at two-stream I/O.
(Yeah, I know, you meant something else. 8-)
> Also 'no remote logins' makes administration so much more painful and
If MacOS was more interesting, we had stuff like Back Orifice for it.