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On FOSS Security

Manila Bulletin Online:

As the Internet grew rapidly over the years, it enabled collaboration resulting in several open source communities. The collaborative efforts of these communities have resulted to open source alternatives for almost all proprietary software. These open source solutions allows the user to use it the way he wants either for customizing it for his specific needs or for designing a commercial solution based on it. GNU General Public License (GPL) is the most commonly used license for this purpose. The derived solutions based on open source software should be distributed along with the source code and the recipient should get the same rights with which the original source is distributed.

Looks like my article did make it to MB. 😀


About princess of antiquity

Abbi Cabanding is a member of the Security Bloggers Network and had been blogging on information security since 2006. She is also a member of the Association for Computing Machinery. She studied Computer Science and Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines - Diliman.


3 thoughts on “On FOSS Security

  1. aba, sunod-sunod na ah! i hope i don’t sound like a “sirang plaka” — congratulations again! 😛

    Posted by Corsarius | January 25, 1:11 pm, 1:11 pm
  2. Salamat ulit. 😛

    Posted by abbi | January 25, 1:13 pm, 1:13 pm
  3. abbi, sinasamba ka na talaga! demi-god kana girl!

    Posted by royalflare | January 26, 7:50 pm, 7:50 pm

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