We have quite a few computers running Fedora for business use. It’s simply the best OS in the world, there is no comparison. But I have a question. What if we simply stop updating the system as we love it the way it is. I’ve never quite understood the logic behind security updates.
What is the real point of security updates? can bugs get into the firmware, hardware or kernel somehow? even if we run them offline mostly?
Up until recently we had Windows 7 for all our systems as we refused to update to Windows 10, but Windows has an entirely different, more vulnerable and weaker system due to the way the registry works and the entire way it functions is different. So shouldn’t Fedora have a more powerful way of keeping out bugs even without updating.
Hope this makes sense.