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Why Hasn't Open Source Taken Over Storage?  01 November 2013 
Source: Forbes - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Open source products have very uneven penetration into the world of business technology. If you look at content management systems or languages, open source rules. But if you look at the market for ERP software or for storage systems, open source hasn’t made much of a dent.
 
Take the Exclusive Tour of GitHub’s New Hacker Heaven  27 September 2013 
Source: Wired - Posted by Alex   
The first thing you see upon arrival at GitHub's brand new San Francisco headquarters is Ryan Tomayko's Macbook Pro. This beat-up old laptop is where Tomayko, one of the company's first engineers, created the "pull request" -- the all-important way of contributing software code (and all sorts of other stuff) to projects housed on the company's web service, a contraption that has redefined the way the world builds things.
 
How To Avoid Getting Your DNS Hacked Like The New York Times  29 August 2013 
Source: Read Write Hack - Posted by Dave Wreski   
When the New York Times’ website fell prey to a high profile hack Tuesday, you may have wondered how a huge, multimillion dollar corporation could get hacked in the first place. From there, it's not that far to another terrifying idea: “If the NYT didn’t stand a chance, what hope is there for my own website?”
 
Meet the Next Open-Source Stars  02 July 2013 
Source: Network World - Posted by Dave Wreski   
The world of open-source software, by design, is something of a collective. Instead of well-defined teams of developers working on a project for pay, open-source software is the result of an amorphous community making contributions – some good, some bad. Everyone is part of the project, everyone has a stake.
 
The top ten most common database security vulnerabilities  27 June 2013 
Source: ZDNet Blogs - Posted by Alex   
Digital warfare and worldwide cyberattack rates are on the rise, and protection on corporate networks is even more crucial.
 
WordPress hardened with XSS, DoS and SSRF fixes  24 June 2013 
Source: H Online - Posted by Dave Wreski   
With the second security and maintenance release of WordPress 3.5, the developers of the popular open source blogging software have closed 12 bugs, seven of them security issues. In their announcement, the developers "strongly encourage" all users to update all their installations of the software to version 3.5.2 immediately.
 
Can You Completely Secure Linux?  17 June 2013 
Source: eSecurity Planet - Posted by Dave Wreski   
How does Red Hat go about building and developing a secure Linux operating system? That question was asked and answered at the Red Hat Summit this week by Josh Bressers, who heads the Red Hat Product Security Team.
 
Create secure remote backups using Duplicity – Tutorial  03 June 2013 
Source: LinuxUser UK - Posted by Alex   
Remote backup is an increasingly popular way to protect your files, and Duplicity makes it easy to implement a secure yet flexible backup system
 
Pressure mounts for building in security during application development  20 May 2013 
Source: CSO Online - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Security has seldom been a priority in application development, but pressure from businesses stuck patching faulty software is having an impact on the industry.
 
Too many admins spoil your security  07 May 2013 
Source: InfoWorld - Posted by Dave Wreski   
We've all known for a long time that unnecessary use of elevated privileges is a bad thing. You shouldn't be logged in as an administrator while surfing the Internet or checking your email; in particular, you shouldn't do that stuff while logged onto a server as an admin. Your organization shouldn't have too many enterprise admins, domain admins, or server admins. We all have that.
 
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