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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#674 Almost two-thirds of software companies contributing to open source
Open source’s march toward preeminence in business software continued over the past year, according to a survey released today by open source management provider Black Duck Software and venture capital firm North Bridge.

Roughly two-thirds of respondents to the survey – which was administered online and drew 1,300 respondents – said that their companies encouraged developers to contribute to open-source projects, and a similar proportion said that they were actively engaged in doing so already. That’s a 5% increase from the previous year’s survey.
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#682 A dramatic rise in ATM skimming attacks
#681 Phony Google update spreads data-stealing Android malware
#680 U.S. labels Switzerland an internet piracy haven
#679 Google patches 9 security flaws in new Chrome browser build
#678 GCHQ has disclosed over 20 vulnerabilities this year, including ones in Apple iOS
#677 The critical hole at the heart of our cell phone networks
#676 AV comparatives: Anti-Spam Test (PDF)
#675 Locky ransomware spreads via Flash and Windows kernel exploits
#674 Almost two-thirds of software companies contributing to open source
#673 Hacking Slack accounts: As easy as searching GitHub
#672 Toymaker’s website pushes ransomware that holds visitors’ files hostage
#671 Google's OnHub is the first WiFi router to support IFTTT
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