Sean Michael Kerner
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Support open source with time and money, stop a repeat of the Heartbleed OpenSSL flaw, says Seean Michael Kerner

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wayne Rash
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Heartbleed happened because web giants thought that open source provided them with a free ride, says Wayne Rash

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Sean Michael Kerner
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Mozilla's revenues have come a long way, but most of its income is from one source, says Sean Michael Kerner

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Sean Michael Kerner
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Heisenbug is just a name: Red Hat's Robyn Bergeron tells Sean Michael Kerner about the new Fedora's SDN and storage improvements

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Sean Michael Kerner
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In a classic watering hole attack, hackers compromised a well-known, respected high-traffic Website and planted malware in a bid to infect unsuspecting visitors. On 24 October, Google began to flag PHP.net as being a site hosting malware, i.e., potentially a watering hole. PHP.net is the community home for the open-source

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John Newton co-founder Alfresco lead
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John Newton of Alfresco asks why are there so few British tech IPOs?

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Thanks to the Raspberry Pi and gamers, Linux is all set to come out on top, says Sean Michael Kerner

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steve mccaskill
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The Ubuntu Edge may never be made, but Ubuntu Mobiles are one step closer to a reality, says Steve McCaskill

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Sean Michael Kerner
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The open source law website Groklaw closed over privacy fears. Sean Michael Kerner hopes it comes back

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Linus Torvalds creates the Linux kernel, but Greg Kroah-Hartman maintains it. He speaks to Sean Michael Kerner

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