yeah linux is cool but does it have ransomware built in
@xnx38h Microsoft has now changed it to "ransomware protection", but you can still see this at https://web.archive.org/web/20200927152418/https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/
@xnx38h my all time most windows 10 windows 10 experience was the update where it gave me a blank screen for a few seconds followed by the slowly fading in text "your files are right where you left them"
@xnx38h i thought the whole purpose of ransomware was to require a cost in exchange for your files, but it says it provides it "with no extra cost", i'm confused
@xnx38h be wary of those who bring gifts. msft extorts money for some blob in android or arm processor. msft piggybacks rogue installations onto any system that has used an msft repository to install an msft application, like powershell (on fedora add powershell repo then install dolphin-emu). edge installs systemd units with high privilege. anything that msft provides on linux distros benefits only msft. wait until msft starts using dbus! #caveatcomedenti #lettheconsumerbeware
@xnx38h they obviously meant to say antivirus, anti-firewall, anti-ransomware, and anti-internet anti-features
@xnx38h damn, when it malware, Microsoft really got the game on lock. I mean, it's not even a competition
@xnx38h besides that, did anyone notice that strange "Internet features"?
Wtf are internet features? And why is the I a capital letter there? 🧐