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|2nd December 2013, 09:11||#1|
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Ubuntu Developers Say Linux Mint is Insecure. Are They Right?
Linux Mint is insecure, according to a Canonical-employed Ubuntu developer who says he wouldn’t do his online banking on a Linux Mint PC. The developer alleges that Linux Mint “hacks out” important updates. Is this a real problem or just fear-mongering?
The Ubuntu developer involved has gotten certain facts wrong and damaged his own case, but there’s still a real argument to be had here. Ubuntu and Linux Mint deal with updates in different ways, and each has its own trade-offs.
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