Information security in today’s world

The proprietary systems by Adobe and Microsoft carry no doubts regarding their stability for those having at least basic interest into the field of information security. Still, widespread is a popular stereotype telling that the Linux operating systems properly secure a user’s personal data from accessing it by third­parties. Apart from a special SELinux module that is built into the Linux core by the U.S. NSA, the most of contemporary Linux distributives contain integrated proprietary packages, the contents of which is open to doubt.