This comment about Windows security being broken just smacks of old fashioned thinking to me. In fact, not one of Microsoft's products feature in Kaspersky's recent list of products with vulnerabilities, which suggests that Microsoft have got a far better handle on this than most others. If Windows security is fundamentally flawed, then surely you are saying that all security is flawed since all code can have vulnerabilities in it - and regularly do - but Microsoft I would say have done a better job of recognising this and dealing with it.
So I'd be interested in knowing which company/product has a security solution that isn't fundamentally flawed according to your definitions.
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