For the sake of this topic though, consider operating systems and specifically MS Windows and Apple OS products. As technologists you may have already heard the arguments that Apple was more secure than Windows, and you may have also heard that the reason why is due to the lower number of units in the world running their operating system. What we must question then in 2013 is if this notion is true or not, in order to make a recommendation to others. For context, here is one article that relates to this example: [login to view URL]
Here's the question to discuss:
Is it possible in 2013 for Apple to claim a "security by obscurity" policy in defense of those critical against their security methods? How might Apple computer adjust their practices to deviate from this notion? Do you feel any operating system in use today is by default "secure" solely by being "obscure"?
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