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Originally Posted by Lazydog Remember security starts with you not the software. That's an interesting position. I would argue that security starts with the software, not you. Yes, the user ...
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- 07-09-2009 #11
- 07-09-2009 #12
here ... best is down to opinion and opinions vary
Maybe I misunderstood but looking back at the OP this was a best security package question ... short answer there is not one but review link posted by ozar
- 07-10-2009 #13
- 07-10-2009 #14
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People are definitely responsible for their security. This operating system being more secure inherently than that operating system, OpenBSD being so secure, etc. The fact that they are or aren't secure to begin with is a given, what you do with them makes them either insecure or secure. If everyone starts making horrible security software, that's one thing ... If everyone makes great security software, your system will be still be wide open if you do the wrong thing. Besides, not everyone's going to start making horrible software all at once, so it's still up to you to choose your software wisely at worst. Just don't use security software you find somewhere because it's got a nice logo.
- 07-10-2009 #15
Well, that whole line of thinking is flawed in my opinion. The fact that we need "security products" to remedy "security failures" says a lot about where the problem lies.
- 07-10-2009 #16
- 07-11-2009 #17
As long as there is software there will always be a flaw somewhere. There really isn't any getting around this, so the next best thing is awareness. And that is how we come to Security starts with you.