When was the last time you saw a virus for Linux? We all know that 99% of viruses are written for CLOSED source software, like Windows or Mac. Open source software by its nature is more resistant to viruses, because people can actually read the source code without having to decompile it.
The liars who fling lemmings off cliffs and call it suicide will probably be issuing copyright takedowns on this very soon. But it’s been saved, using an open source Linux shell script that extracts vids from YouTube and other sites (youtube-dl). And that’s the real reason they hate open source, because they can’t control user behavior.
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