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  • Mozilla issues critical security updates

    The open source group has issued new versions of Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey to fix 13 software security flaws, eight of which have been deemed critical. 

  • Security Bytes: Firefox, Microsoft under attack

    The exploits target issues Microsoft patched earlier this month. Meanwhile, flaws are reported in Oracle for OpenView and a Mozilla Firefox keystroke logger is on the loose. 

  • Migrating mission-critical enterprise apps to Linux platforms: No big deal

    More and more companies are taking advantage of the savings gained from migrating mission-critical enterprise apps to Linux platforms, especially SAP and Oracle users. Hardware vendors are jumping on the bandwagon too by offering cheap, scalable hard... 

  • Open source IP case puts spotlight on patents

    A lawsuit is brewing in the open source community that has the potential to change the way users look at software patents. Tom Carey, a Boston intellectual property attorney, tells customers to be wary when considering open source software. 

  • Porting Unix apps to Linux: Tackling architecture and platform differences

    Worried about porting your Unix apps to Linux? Author Alfredo Mendoza offers tips on how to transition from 32- to 64-bit architecture and notes the crucial points in the porting process. 

  • Oracle vs. Microsoft: The open source factor

    Many IT pros believe Oracle's recent endorsements of the open source movement were designed specifically to destabilize Microsoft. 

  • Open source stirs up systems management market

    The systems management space has long been a boon to traditional proprietary vendors, but strong plays from open source companies are providing new opportunities even as Microsoft provides one of its own. 

  • 'Splunking' going on at the OSU Open Source Labs

    The Open Source Labs at Oregon State University have been troubleshooting big name open source projects from the Mozilla Foundation and Gentoo Linux using an application from Splunk. 

  • Red Hat, JBoss execs call for Java openness

    As Red Hat finalized the acquisition of JBoss, senior vice president of enterprise applications Tim Yeaton said the failure to make Java completely open is a disappointment to those who rely on the technology in their products. 

  • OpenMFG defeats SAP in ERP upgrade

    A garment company decided it had had enough of vendor bureaucracy, outdated software and system bugs. When it came time to upgrade, open source was one the mind of this IT pro.