Security is all in market share.
Yes, you can still get it: Comcast.net SecurityRich,
Thanks for the information so far: do you happen to know off the top of your head if Comcast subscribers can still get McAfee for free if you don't install it initially? Also, do you know if you can keep that service after you no longer have Comcast?
OK. Keep telling yourself that. Unix is secure - as long as you don't have any applications on it or critical data stored on it. You do realize that this server runs on Linux and it is patched nearly constantly for vulnerabilities found in the code of the OS and the applications? There is no such thing as an OS that is immune to exploitation.jandrusk said:Linux users are not in denial, they just typically know how Linux systems work under the hood versus Windows guys that must trust Redmond. I'm not saying it's not possible, I"m just saying that you don't need those tools with the way security is designed in the UNIX world.