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  • Better open source hygiene would have spooked GHOST

    <em>This vendor-written tech primer has been edited by Network World to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favor the submitter's approach.</em>

    Written by By Bill Weinberg, Senior Director, Open Source Strategy, Black Duck Software06 Feb. 15 06:25
  • Election Day was just another chance to worry about security

    At the moment I'm a bit of a security grouch. I keep seeing product after product that has significant vulnerabilities. And this isn't just happening with the things I deal with at work. Even Election Day had me grousing about the state of our software security.

    Written by By J.F. Rice06 Nov. 14 22:52
  • Detoured by Shellshock and Poodle

    As I moved into the information security position at my new company a few weeks ago, I was anxious to do a full assessment of our security defenses. But I was immediately sidetracked by, not one, but two major vulnerabilities that couldn't be ignored. Those were fires that had to be put out before I could do anything else.

    Written by By Mathias Thurman28 Oct. 14 03:00
  • Keep calm and plug the holes

     Oh no, another zero day is out! No one goes home until it's fixed!

    Written by By Kenneth van Wyk21 Oct. 14 23:18
Features about Shell
  • Microsoft's Sinofsky, by the numbers

    Microsoft is best known for Windows, and or the past six years, Steven Sinofsky has been best known as the man behind Windows. Even the numbers tell a story.

    Written by Gregg Keizer15 Nov. 12 12:17
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