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Malware on GNU/Linux

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Security

[M]alware includes not just virii, but worms, trojans and root-kits. These known and widely available tools are not the only options available to intruders either.

GNU/Linux users should not have any false sense of security just based on the fact that viruses designed for exclusively for windows won't run on GNU/Linux.

Here is a list of "Linux computer viruses" according to a page on wikipedia.org.

The following excerpt lists various kinds of malware, not just virii...

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