Converting to Linux could protect online banking data

10/13/2009 | Wired.com

Washington Post columnist Brian Krebs is advising small-business owners to convert to Linux operating systems to safeguard their online banking data. Krebs claims that Windows is susceptible to malicious software and banks tend to hold small businesses accountable when hackers steal their passwords.

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