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Mystery infestation strikes Linux/Apache Web sites

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 207.99.52.161] on January 25, 2008 07:33 PM
My take from this article is that only the Windows clients are adversely affected.

This infestation dilemma only proves that those who use Linux/apache server-side with their Windows clients
can't have it both ways - security/reliability and familiar/popular access.

Either they need to get Microsoft IIS/SQL Server back end or Mac/Linux front ends.
Whichever way, they will come more quickly and clearly to their ultimate truth.

There is no question as to which is the better - in terms of reliability, good security, scalability, flexibility, interoperability/standards based and significantly reduced support/service and overall costs.

The only thing you really get with the other choice is the comfort that you are acquiring/using the same crappy
technology as everyone else that does not have a clue - i.e. most of society.

W. Anderson
wanderson@nac.net

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