@malin The fact that they run Windows makes them ~90% less secure.
AVs are one of the most useless programs on planet earth these days.
Most malware isn't using security holes anymore. But rely on the user to give them permissions (social engineering).
I prefer nuclear plants over coal plants though.
We should have done more research on nuclear power (instead of developing nukes :p)
@Ghosty @nesc @malin Have either of you heard about thorium power plants? It's terribly sad and frustrating. Thorium is better than uranium in literally every way. It's more abundant, easier to refine, can pretty much be reused until it's almost completely gone (leaving very little waste), It's waste is safer and easier to deal with, Meltdown proof thorium reactors are possible, if a meltdown did occur, it would be much less of a problem, and, it cannot be used to build nuclear bombs.
I thought they chose uranium reactors over thorium ones in early development due to some technical reasons. Thorium reactors are more difficult to build.
and also the latter reason you mentioned.
Not an expert on the topic in any way, just something I've heard during coffee conversations.
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..