yaix2 - 5:23 pm on Mar 5, 2010 (gmt 0)
Scott Charney, Microsoft's corporate vice president of Trustworthy Computing, suggested that the security industry should follow the health care model of quarantining infected PCs to prevent them from being used to send spam and conduct denial-of-service attacks.
Or, you could do your job and publish software without so many known security holes.
Blaming Microsoft, or removing Microsoft will not provide the solution. If it's not Microsoft's O/S, it'll eventually be someone elses.
No, it actually is MS. It is the underlaying software architecture of Windows. It is teaching the Windows users to click on any executable to "install" a program (that's the OS's job!). It is the not fixing of known bugs in MS software (especially their browser).
I am not a "MS hater", but it actually is them to blame. Too much marketing tricks, to few technology.