VLOG Thursday 286: Microsoft's Bad Security, Phishing with Phin, Errata, and Q&A [YouTube Release]

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You are so on the mark about Microsoft’s attitude regarding security of their products. MS had to products that actually worked: DOS but they didn’t write DOS they bought it for the princely sum of $75,000. ; Xenix, a port of what at that time was Bell Labs Unix System III to the Intel 16 bit architecture. AT&T would not allow the use of Unix so they called it Xenix. It worked well but the company they spun off was miserable to deal with.

Dos, aka Dumb operating System, a program loader and a file system made for the install of emulators for IBM’s system 36 and Data Generals Eclipse (think I spelled it right) OSes.