Although Linux desktops (including Ubuntu) are very safe when compared to Windows, that doesn’t mean they are completely immune to malware.
Here’s a current example of an issue that required quick action by Canonical (maker of Ubuntu), . . . AND the desktop user. (Canonical to write the patch . . the user to apply the patch without delay).
Eventually, this had to happen . . . see link below for article:
An article speculating whether Verizon will renegotiate the aquisition price, or even sue to get out of the deal.
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Hey guys . . . thought this months FCM might be of interest to a couple of our members (who’ve been involved in similar projects). Issue #111 has the first part of this topic (see link on next page):
For traditional spinning hard drives, this article shows the Hitachi brand has been the most reliable. Note that IBM favored Hitachi for their original PC line . . . Ironically, the Hitachi drives go by the moniker of “star” (like Ultra-Star, Endura-Star) . . but in the PC Nerd communities, they had the nick-name of “Death-Star” . . . maybe not merited???