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On 16/12/21 12:02 am, Italo Vignoli wrote:
> The GNU project is not the best source of information about Microsoft,
> as they are not representing what the majority of users thinks about the
> company (unfortunately).

I was defending my claim that MS Office sofftware is malware and the entries listed there are credible news sources.

> If we want to convince users to avoid Microsoft
> we must put on the table independent sources of information, such as the
> reports from Kaspersky based on extensive research which affirm that 80%
> of all malware worldwide is carried by Microsoft Office documents (for a
> reason, as the hidden complexity of those documents makes them very weak
> and prone to being infected with malicious code).

This is good reference. But I was talking about Microsoft intentionally putting malfunctionalities in the software like spyware.

Thanks Italo.

(For me it is enough that I cannot check whether they are spying on me or not)

Ravi Dwivedi
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