Well, what I mean to say is that fire can produce both positive and negative. It can burn something or cook food. So you cannot blame fire. It depends upon who you use it.
Better part is that, Linux is FOSS. So in case of such allegations, a 3rd party can investigate, which is not possible in proprietary.
Never meant to defame windows.
It's just marketing policy. What kaspersky says can happen, and no OS is bullet proof. Even Richard Stallman says the same. But FOSS nature, active community, will not allow monopoly and also save time in not reinventing the wheel, except if you want total control on the evolution of a particular app and do not wish to depend upon the developer, then you will have to re-write an app in your way from scratch. Else just take it from where it was left and continue development.
While posting I thoughts it's fun stuff and a childish act from kaspersky, because even an end user like me would know that though this can theoretically happen it is less likely, due to FOSS nature and also it can be fixed soon.
Why did you make me watch a Microsoft commercial? The comments on the Youtube page gave me some good laughs though
First comment says it.
I knew only Avira AV and Clem AV for linux.
But you caught the neck. Kaspersky sells their products for Linux. just like insurance agents, AV devs earn out of fear
- thats there business
btw, criticism makes one strong
% of such thing happening is practically zero (negligible), but it's a subjective issue, and depends upon person to person.
as Clem say in official guide. 'If there is any bug, then there will be a lot of talk about it, and we would like to hear about it. ' (unless someone customizes for a company with the intention to manipulate data).
I have taken it lightly. Just wanted to share it with you guys