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The advantages of using Linux

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Radenta Technologies Inc., a Filipino-owned computing technology company, explains the benefits of usng Linux: "Companies and individuals select Linux for their servers for its security, flexibility and robustness, complemented by excellent support".

Enough with the Linux security FUD

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Recently, stories of how insecure Linux is have dominated security news headlines. However, there's one critical issue with the majority of them: They're fake news. The underlying problem is incompetent system administrators.

Open Source Security Issues Exist: Deal With Them, Report Urges

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Open-source software is becoming increasingly commonplace within organizations, bringing a different set of risks and perceived challenges compared to closed-source or proprietary software. An new Information Security Forum (ISF) report helps security professionals recognize the benefits and perceived challenges of using open-source software.