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As many as 25,000 web servers infected with Linux malware have been used in the past two years to hit website visitors with two variants of Windows malware.
Security researchers in Europe are urging sysadmins — if they haven't already been notified by their ISP — to check their web servers for the presence of several pieces of Linux malware, including a troublesome rootkit known as Ebury SSH for Linux and Unix.Up To 25,000 Unix/Linux Web Servers Infected By Ebury SSH Rootkit [zdnet.com]
"There are two kinds of victims here: Windows end-users visiting legitimate websites hosted on compromised servers, and Linux/Unix server operators whose servers were compromised through the large server-side credential stealing network,"
No, it wouldn't. Only if the adminstrator was really stupid. Find out more about Windows, especially the current versions, before making such groundless statements.