GNU: Microsoft's software is malware

H GNU.org has an interesting post in the "Philosophy of the GNU Project" category. Briefly describe it of Microsoft as malware. With also mentions Apple and Amazon.gnu headshadow

Δεν μπορούμε να γνωρίζουμε γιατί υπάρχουν αυτές οι δηλώσεις στην ιστο GΝU.org, αλλά αυτό που τους δίνει ιδιαίτερη is the fact that the website is supported by the FSF (Free Software Foundation).

The Free Software Foundation is committed to developing and promoting software for the needs of users without seeking a profit. The event allows the Foundation not to cheer on its words.

To be fair though, we should mention what it defines as the Free Software Foundation.

Proprietary software is often malware [1]

  1. "malware": of the root term “malware”.

The FSF states that "Malware means software that is designed to work in ways that misuse or harm the user." It makes no mention of the fact that some users may already know what is going on in their computers.

Συνεχίζοντας το FPS αναφέρει ότι τα συστήματα των Windows έχουν ένα κρυφά backdoors και ότι στα Windows 10 χρησιμοποιείται για την αυτόματη εγκατάσταση των ενημερώσεων, αλλά και για να απενεργοποιεί εξ αποστάσεως . Microsoft continues to first notify the NSA of security holes before addressing them, and it stops shipping Windows XP, except for the few companies that continue to pay.

As you can imagine, the Foundation also mentioned the default Windows 10 settings, which allow Microsoft to spy on its customers, that disk encryption in Windows 10 sends the keys to Microsoft, and that OneDrive allows the company NSA to directly check user data.

Apple and Amazon did not escape the GNU.org website, but the allegations are "mistakes" in front of the "crimes" of Microsoft.

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