On 16/05/03 15:08, Fernando Cassia wrote:
On 5/2/16, jd1008 <email@example.com> wrote:
How does that open up Linux to more viruses? You mean that crackers willIf linux is the guest on windows, there is no guarantee
suddenly start to use exploiting bugs in Linux-software to break into
windows-boxes because a tiny amount of users will install this (after
all only command line software runs with the Linux-integration)?You mean
that crackers will suddenly start to use exploiting bugs in
Linux-software to break into windows-boxes because a tiny amount of
users will install this (after all only command line software runs with
that the virus will not be able to infect the machine emulator.
and whatever is running on top of emulator.
Afaik it doesn't run in an emulator but more like wine. But I still do
not get why that would expose Linux itself to a greater thread? That's
still a Windows-machine getting infected. You mean like a virus, worm
whatever would be injected into the binaries and then break into
Linux-systems and infect them…like in the movies? oO
So will Fedora be removing WINE too? Because that allows win32 code to
run on Linux...
Hm wine…I wonder what ransomware executed with wine would do…
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