When It Comes to Security, Openness Isn't Always a Virtue - Rebuttals

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http://www.linuxinsider.com – It's hard to imagine a topic more central to the argument for or against free and open source software than security. Hardly a day goes by without news of some fresh exploit in the Windows environment, after all -- but what about Linux and other open software? Can they do better? That's essentially the question we put to the two participants in LinuxInsider's first FOSS Face-Off this week, focusing on that very topic. Sam Ransbotham, an assistant professor at Carroll School of Management, and Joe Brockmeier, GNOME PR team lead en (General)