Here it is Mac lovers. Debunk this analogy.
Note, I’ve used both and in the past 10 years or so haven’t seen an awe-inspiring difference between the two. I’ve been using both platforms since the mid-80’s
Here’s the analogy:
Company A makes 100,000 cars per month. There are security steps to prevent theft. If any of the cars are stolen, they can be used to make money for the crook by chopping it. (Think identity theft)
Company B makes 5,000 cars per month. Again, security features are in place. If those cars are stolen, the crook makes as much money at the chop shop. (Again, think ID theft.)
Now pretend you’re a crook. You want to make the money, but the security is a problem.
Do you look for flaws in the security of Company A? Or Company B?
You have a 5:1 ratio, with the same payoff for each theft. Where do you concentrate your efforts?