I think application security on Linux compares well with that of Solaris or AIX. However, arbitrary comparisons like this are problematic and too generic.
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How application security compares is dependent on how the Linux, Solaris and AIX hosts and their applications are configured, updated, managed and secured. In order to make a more accurate comparison, I'd need to know the applications in question, the precise operating system and some details about their configuration.
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