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Netflix to Open Source Army of Cloud Monkeys (Apr 16, 2012)

How Linus Torvalds Helped Bust a Microsoft Patent (Mar 28, 2012)

OpenBSD chief believes contractor tried to write backdoors (Dec 22, 2010)

ATM hack gives cash on demand (Jul 29, 2010)

New 'Kraken' GSM-cracking software is released (Jul 23, 2010)

Chuck Norris botnet infects Linux-based routers and DSL modems (Feb 22, 2010)

New Russian botnet tries to kill rival (Feb 10, 2010)

Widespread attacks exploit newly patched IE bug (Jan 23, 2010)

Fake ATM doesn't last long at hacker meet (Aug 03, 2009)

Oracle expected to axe jobs -- perhaps 10,000 -- after Sun deal (Apr 21, 2009)

Google's 'Active X' Alternative Works on Linux & Mac (Dec 09, 2008)

Apple Slammed for Killing Open-Source iTunes (Nov 26, 2008)

Once Thought Safe, WPA Wi-Fi Encryption is Cracked (Nov 06, 2008)

Palin Hacking Charge Flawed, Lawyers Say (Oct 09, 2008)

San Francisco Hunts for Mystery Device on City Network (Sep 11, 2008)

DNS Attack Writer a Victim of His Own Creation (Jul 31, 2008)

Lost your laptop? Find it Using a Free Open-Source Laptop Tracking System (Jul 15, 2008)

Mozilla: Firefox Plugin Shipped with Malicious Code (May 08, 2008)

Google Backs Open-Source CERT Group (May 06, 2008)

With Vista Breached, Linux Unbeaten in Hacking Contest (Mar 30, 2008)

Gone in 2 Minutes: Mac Gets Hacked First in Contest (Mar 28, 2008)

Hacker Super Bowl Pits Mac OS vs. Linux, Vista (Mar 27, 2008)

Mozilla Says That Flaw Could Lead to Data Leak (Jan 24, 2008)

InfoWorld: Mozilla Ships Developer Release of Firefox 3.0 (Dec 11, 2006)

PC Advisor: Date Set for End of Firefox 1.5 (Nov 11, 2006)

LinuxWorld Australia: Mozilla Taps Former Microsoft Executive for Security (Sep 07, 2006)

Techworld: Bot Writers Learning from Open Source (Jul 17, 2006)

Techworld: Linux Experts Query Uber-Desktop (Apr 20, 2006)

TechWorld: Zimbra Releases Open-Source Notes Alternative (Sep 08, 2005)

InfoWorld: Red Hat Mulls Exchange Competitor (Aug 12, 2005)

LinuxWorld SF: USB Server Offers Linux To Go (Aug 12, 2005)

PC World: Xen Developers Focus on Security (Jun 28, 2005)

ARNnet: IBM a Reluctant User of Wine Software (Jun 09, 2005)

InfoWorld: Linux Dispute Boils Over to MySQL, Other Projects (Jun 03, 2005)

Open: Novell Snaps Up Linux Security Company (May 10, 2005)

NetworkWorld: Novell Preps Linux/NetWare Upgrade (May 02, 2005)

Computerworld Australia: HP Turns to Linux for Enterprise NAS (Apr 08, 2005)

Computerworld NZ: Sun Loses Open Source Diva to Intel (Mar 21, 2005)

InfoWorld: Fujitsu to launch new PrimeQuest Itanium servers (Mar 17, 2005)

Techworld: IBM Plays Down Linux Desktop Plans (Jan 25, 2005)

InfoWorld: Interview: Sun CEO Scott McNealy (Jan 11, 2005)

ComputerWorld Australia: Analysis: The Business Case for Desktop Linux (Dec 27, 2004)

ComputerWeekly: Unix Lawsuit Agreement Raises Questions for SCO (Dec 02, 2004)

ComputerWeekly: Linux Server Sales Top $1bn in Third Quarter (Nov 24, 2004)

A Day to Forget for SCO (Nov 02, 2004)

SCO to Launch Anti-Groklaw Site (Oct 14, 2004)

Digit: SGI Launches Linux Visual Computer Line (Oct 12, 2004)

Digit: Netscape Founder Fears Browser War II (Oct 07, 2004)

LinuxInsider: The Business Case for Desktop Linux (Aug 19, 2004)

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