Winn Schwartau says:
In the coming weeks I’m going to keep a diary of an experiment my company began at 6 p.m. April 29, 2005 – an experiment predicated on the hypothesis that the WinTel platform represents the greatest violation of the basic tenets of information security and has become a national economic security risk. I do not say this lightly, and I have never been a Microsoft basher, either. I never criticize a company without a fair bit of explanation, justification and supportive evidence.
I have come to the belief that there is a much easier, more secure way to use computers. After having spent several years focusing my security work on Ma, Pa and the Corporate Clueless, I also have come to the conclusion that if I’m having such security problems, heaven help the 98% of humanity who merely want a computer for e-mail and multimedia.
For me, this is not just another switcher article. I have read Winn’s security column for a while, and to see him lay out why the Wintel platform is so full of holes is intresting. He also has a blog called Ma, Pa and the Corporate Clueless. Good reading
So, go, read.