@emmy I wouldn't say that no-one is targeting Linux, but that the high value Linux targets are servers, due to their bandwidth and relative abundance.
The result is, if you're using Linux for desktop, and not running any web/internet services on your machine, you have a vastly reduced attack surface, and that reduction specifically makes you a less valuable target.
So basically, do your due diligence, and if you want to run a web server, put it on another machine if you can.
@1200bps wouldn't it be chemicals not produced in the body? So like, a chef could be an exocrinologist.
I do try to put content warnings on posts that need them, but I'm not necessarily very good at it.
I get paid to maintain and develop a compiler.
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