from the mrs-smith's-bakeries dept.
joestump98 writes: "In an effort much like Ralph Nader's effort to increase safety standards for the car industry, The Center for Internet Security plans to pressure software vendors into shipping products with the 'highest security settings available, making them less vulnerable to viruses and hacking ...' Some of its members include Intel and Stanford. The best part is they will be releasing testing tools for all of the major operating systems, including Linux."
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