Windows Forum Team
There is no such beast mate... Windows has malware built right into the first iso install and Linux is open to all kinds of hacks in order to be user frendly on the internet.I want a product that has no back doors, and seems to be open source.
Where do I go from here?
What i'd do is take a good look at what your needs are, then open a new post and let us know;
- How many people have to use this system
- does it need the internet
- how much money do you have to spend on it and how long does it need to last
These questions will give us a better idea before we offer advise... for instance hyper-v is super-hard to hack on a homegroup/ workgroup network and free but good luck getting any help from Microsoft to set it up... on the other hand vmware (not the free player demo) is aimed at smaller networks and backed up by solid help files/ vids to help you get sorted and ime both these systems are a better option than 3rd party encryption systems on your drives because they have well-paid people working on keeping them up to date.