"If it seems easier to subvert UNIX systems than most other systems, the impression is a false one. The subversion techniques are the same. It is just that it is often easier to write, install, and use programs on UNIX systems than on most other systems, and that is why the UNIX system was designed in the first place." - Frederick T. Grampp & Robert H. Morris
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