Linux Virus

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A Linux Virus refers to viruses or malware that can affect the Linux operating system.[1] While many users think that Linux systems are completely safe from malicious software, they are no safer than any other operating system. Linux has a full range of malware: viruses, worms and Trojan Horses. Because Apple computers can act as an asymptomatic carrier, Mac users can inadvertently pass infected files on to Linux users.

References

  1. Linux is not immune to malware.
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