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Is Your Android Device At Risk of ‘StageFright?’ 950 Million Devices Exposed By New Security Vulnerability

Yesterday, stage fright became more than just a common phobia. It is now a very real security threat to most Android-based devices. Discovered by Joshua Drake at Zimperium zLabs, vulnerabilities uncovered […]





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Open Source Wrap Up: OSCON & The Cloud Native Computing Foundation

The O’Reilly Open Source Convention, famously known as OSCON, took over Portland, Oregon once again this week. As expected, many organizations used this popular annual event to announce new open source […]





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The Global Community Celebrates Five Years of OpenStack

What does it look like when an open source project turns five? For OpenStack, it means: Over four million lines of code have been written in less than five years […]





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Open Source Wrap Up: Google’s Eddystone & The Census Project Secures Open Source

Look out iBeacon! Google’s Bluetooth beacon format, Eddystone, is newly open sourced and primed for steady adoption to help advance Internet of Things (IoT) technology. Also, in an effort to […]





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Why Open Source Is Driving Digital Transformation in Government

“Change.” That’s the word that best describes today’s digital world. Since 1991, internet users have grown from a handful of researchers to nearly 3 billion globally. Along the way, how […]





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Open Source Wrap Up: Newly Released Projects & Another OpenSSL Vulnerability

Nothing says welcome back from a holiday weekend like a new OpenSSL vulnerability. The folks at the OpenSSL project recently issued a high severity advisory on a new bug potentially exposing applications running versions […]





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Open Data: The Global Health Data Imperative

According to the Office of Science and Technology Policy at the White House, Freely available data from the U.S. Government is an important national resource, serving as fuel for entrepreneurship, […]





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Outsourcing Software Development? Don’t Forget About Supply Chain Code Security

Companies across many industries outsource various jobs and tasks with speed, efficiency, and cost benefits in mind. Chief among these benefits is the ability to allocate savings realized through outsourcing […]





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Getting Into Open Source For The First Time

Open source can be a thrilling hobby. My own contributions include work on projects like a IoT & Robotics framework, a Microservices deployment tool, and a self created theme for […]





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Open Source Wrap Up: Red Hat Summit & CII To Secure Three New Projects

From Boston to San Francisco, everyone was talking about open source cloud computing and container technology this week! The Red Hat Summit in Boston provided many new releases of the billion dollar […]





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