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eWeek: Is a New Vulnerability the Tip of the Perl Iceberg? (Dec 08, 2005)

ExtremeTech: Analysis: Is This the Dawn of the Linux Worms? (Nov 10, 2005)

eWeek: New Firefox, Mozilla Versions Plug Critical Security Holes (Apr 18, 2005)

eWeek: Mac and Linux Not Immune to Viruses (Nov 03, 2004)

eWeek: I Come to Bury Sender ID, Not to Praise It (Aug 27, 2004)

eWeek: Open Source Not Ready for Anti-Virus (Aug 12, 2004)

eWeek: IE vs. Mozilla on the Shell Hole--Whose Bug Is It? (Jul 13, 2004)

eWeek: Mozilla Flaw Lets Links Run Arbitrary Programs (Jul 09, 2004)

eWeek: Could a Worm on Mac or Linux Ever Get Traction? (May 08, 2004)

eWeek: Who's More Secure Than Whom? (Apr 03, 2004)

eWeek: Is Open-Source Code Really Examined for Security Any More Than Closed-Source? (Feb 25, 2004)

ZDNet Australia: Where Old Software Goes to Die (Jan 21, 2003)

ZDNet: Has Apache peaked? (Oct 04, 2002)

ZDNet: UnitedLinux: Standardizing Linux (Jun 21, 2002)

ZDNet: Open source, standards, and Windows (Jan 23, 2002)

ZDNet: Linux threatens Unix, not Windows (Oct 06, 2001)

PC Magazine: Software Returns To Its Source (Mar 07, 1999)