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Oct 11, 2017
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No, Linux Doesn’t Need an Antivirus or Firewall

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Linux isn’t invulnerable. In fact, that’s one of the most common cybersecurity myths that gets Linux users into trouble. This belief makes it easy to put your guard down, and when your guard is down, that’s when you’re most likely to get sucker punched. But just because Linux has security holes doesn’t mean you need antivirus or firewall software. While you may decide to install one anyway — and there’s nothing wrong with that — here are a few reasons why it may not be as helpful as you think. Why Linux Doesn’t Need an Antivirus Malware for Linux desktops…

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