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Fortify Software Sponsors FindBugs Open Source Project

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Fortify Software Inc., a leading provider of security products that help companies identify, manage and remediate software vulnerabilities to mitigate enterprise security risk, today announced that Fortify has joined the FindBugs project as a sponsor, and is helping to expand the functionality of the open source tool, which has had over 200,000 downloads.

Open and upfront

  • Sydney Morning Herald; By Stan Beer (Posted by dcparris on May 15, 2006 9:14 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups:
Those outside the inner circle of "Free Software" digerati seem only ever to focus on the "free" component, mistaking it for software that is provided with no moolah changing hands.

Zimbra On-Demand Expands Internationally and Grows to 100,000s of Mailboxes

  • PR Newswire; By Press release (Posted by dcparris on May 15, 2006 8:17 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release
Adds Dozens of New Worldwide Partners in Q2

InMage and Xiotech Announce Partnership to Provide Industry First in Disaster Recovery, Push-Button Application Failover

Midsize Enterprises to Benefit From Automated Application Recovery Capabilities

Phishing Fireworks Fail To Ignite End User Interest

  • Email Battles; By BJ Gillette (Posted by zanek on May 15, 2006 6:51 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Every day, it seems, some security company or industry anti-phishing coalition is grinding out a press release either extolling the virtues of its solution, or gloomily predicting the demise of Western civilization... or at least the Internet... due to phishing. But while experts cluck about phishing, users are still more concerned over a spam problem that is either too hot, too cold, or just about right. Depends on how you look at it.

Open Source Group Pushes Corporate Social Networking

The new program may be more germane to IT professionals at small and mid-size businesses, suggested Adam Braunstein, an analyst at Robert Frances Group. Most large companies are already involved in some open source projects, so the ground-level questions have been answered.

Taking a Linus-like Attitude Towards Gnome

Last December I blogged about some uproar Linux creator Linus Torvalds had caused by posting on the Usability list his extreme dislike for the direction the Gnome developers had taken with the UI.

When Will Microsoft Be 'Trusted'?

Four years ago, Microsoft laid out an ambitious plan for building an NGSCB (Next-Generation Secure Computing Base). NGSCB was to be a trusted computing environment extending from motherboard-embedded security chips, through the Windows kernel and out to the application windows and input peripherals with which users interact with the system. As a major player in the server space, Microsoft should offer the sort of mandatory access controls we're beginning to see in Linux and Solaris. For now, though, the bulk of Microsoft's privilege management is centered on the desktop.

Linux, Open Source and Control

Opinion: Could a Red Hat or Novell somehow take over Linux and become like Microsoft? The answer is no. NO, with a capital"N" and"O."

Openclovis Aims To Transform Telecommunications Market With ...

  • IT Backbones (press release); By Press release (Posted by dcparris on May 15, 2006 4:28 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release; Groups: GNU
AT&T, HP, IBM, Intel and leading venture capitalists support OpenClovis SoftwareProject to accelerate industry shift to COTS hardware and software...

Motorola Touts Open Source Java

Motorola is aiming to take mobile Java to the next level by embracing open sourcing. The company believes an open source approach will speed development time and drive innovation.

Linux hurts Microsoft's backend

LINUX IS OFF killing Window's global domination thanks to its growing influence in data centres, according to analyst outfit Quocirca.

Search engines 'point to malicious sites'

  • PC Advisor; By Juan Carlos Perez (Posted by dcparris on May 15, 2006 1:37 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Search engines deliver links to dangerous websites that download spyware and adware to visitors' PCs, exploit security vulnerabilities and attempt to scam users and include them in spam lists, a study has found.

Mergere releases open source ALM

  • Computer Business Review; By Staff Writer (Posted by dcparris on May 15, 2006 12:39 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Open source is now seeping into the application lifecycle management space. Mergere Inc is launching Maestro, packaging open source distributions of the Apache Maven, the Java-based built utility, and Apache Continuum, a Java software project management tool.

Lynuxworks LynxOS-178 Chosen to Power F-35 Joint Strike Fighter's ...

LynuxWorks to Provide DO-178B Certifiable ARINC-653 and POSIX Conformant RTOS for Safety-Critical, Multi-Role Stealth Fighter

Startup Replacing Linux Desktop With The Web

Startup Ajax13 is looking to do to Linux what Microsoft is doing to Windows - dissolve the operating system into the web.

From Freeloader to Free Software Advocate

  LXer Feature: 15-May-06

When I first discovered GNU/Linux, all I knew was that I could have an operating system, office suite, and use the Internet - all for the cost of a book. I thought that everyone should know about this "Linux" stuff. I Initially found all this "free as in freedom, not free beer" stuff confusing. Eventually, though, I came to see how Free Software philosophy impacted my computing experience.

Smartyhosts admits to migration issues

SmartyHost has admitted to teething problems in the migration of its datacenter facilities from Primus to Optus. Originally announced in April as a way to improve its quality of service, the Australian web-hosting company began its migration last Wednesday. Ever since, SmartyHost has been beset with complaints on broadband community site,

Nmap: A valuable open source tool for network security

This is the first in a series of tips on how to use Nmap in an enterprise network environment.

Arguing for an increase in your IT security budget is often an arduous task, so many administrators turn to free open source tools to help get the job done. But how can they rely on tools with no commercial support and that never get past the beta version? Well, if you think like that, you need to think again.

Mysql CEO Mickos: Beware of proprietary vendors' giveaways

More proprietary vendors are offering free versions of their products or open sourcing parts or all of their base products. What should IT managers know about this trend?

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