Admins Aren’t Patching Open Source Says Black Duck Security Report

The company’s roots go back to the days when Microsoft’s favorite hobby was sowing FUD — for “fear, uncertainty and doubt” — around “cancerous” Linux and other open source software, and evidently that aspect of the company’s culture still survives. Before starting Black Duck in 2002, founder Doug Levin spent nearly eight years in Redmond’s marketing division during the Gates administration.