I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Free Software Quick Security Checklist“.
Free software (open source or not) is interesting for many reasons. It can be adapted to your own needs, it can be easily integrated within complex architectures but the most important remains, of course, the price. Even if they are many hidden costs related to “free” software. In case of issues, a lot of time may be spent in searching for a solution or diving into the source code (and everybody knows that time is money!)… [Read more]
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