They're far from superior and invincible, that's for sure. No fanboy here. Just 
opining over why this makes headlines when there are similar issues with other 
OS' and rarely ever press about it.

Agreed with the car situation. No matter who runs under the hood, it's going to 
be a big bullseye for hackers. Did the guys hack the cars at the Black Hat 
gathering yet, or has that yet to take place?

Dan not keen about self driving/autonomous cars

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> On Jun 18, 2015, at 9:57 AM, OK Don via Mercedes <> 
> wrote:
> A: Because the "other" OS out there, (also Linux), recognize that there are
> bugs to be fixed and holes to be patched, and do so on a manageable
> schedule instead of claiming (at least by the fan boys) that they are
> superior and invincible.
> B: Since the last discussion was about an Apple car. No OS is impervious to
> attacks and hijacking, therefore no autonomous car will be totally safe.
> On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 8:49 AM, Dan Penoff via Mercedes <
>> wrote:
>> I have to comment after the recent post about the zero day exploit in
>> Apple's OS.
>> While this is an issue, why is it a big deal when the "other" OS out there
>> has had "Patch Tuesday" every month for some years?
>> Just wondering....
>> MacDan
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