I think you’ll find the Linux is 3rd on the vulnerability list.
Andrew Nikolic
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Not the list I’m looking at. If links are allowed here:

See, you can’t claim the Linux kernel is all Linux. Great example: that lie about how 66 percent of Android was vulnerable to the latest kernel exploit? The actually number is zero percent. Because of the Linux kernel version, and other protections in the Android OS. You can’t equate the two. The reason is because there are a LOT of different Linux kernel versions, a lot of purpose specific VERSIONS of those versions, and a thousand different ways to secure an operating system. But that’s not going to stop a fake Sequioa Capital (Apple) sponsored “security” team from immediately making that claim despite that fact that they ONLY seem to ever go after open source, and they haven’t been right once.

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