By ZDNet Staff
| September 24, 2009 -- 00:11 GMT (17:11 PDT)
| Topic: Open Source
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Microsoft is going all-in on 'Inner Source'
Google backtracks on Chrome modifications that would have crippled ad blockers
Google changes stance on upcoming Chrome Manifest V3 changes as benchmark shows they lied about performance hit.
Superfast Raspberry Pi rival: Odroid N2 promises blistering speed for only 2x price
Hardkernel's Odroid N2 promises great performance for its price.
Another WordPress commercial plugin gets exploited in the wild
The large number of WordPress commercial plugins are creating a new attack surface on the WordPress site landscape.
Dirty Sock vulnerability lets attackers gain root access on Linux systems
After Dirty COW caused headaches in 2016, now Linux sysadmins have to worry about Dirty Sock.
No, you can't take open-source code back
A popular note on the Linux Kernel Mailing List claims that a program's author can block people from using his code at his discretion. Wrong.
Red Hat CloudForms 4.7 released
Programming languages: Python rides high but Groovy is cool again with developers
Groovy sees a jump in popularity after years on the periphery of Tiobe's top 50 programming-language rankings.
WordPress plugin flaw lets you take over entire sites
Vulnerability found in social sharing plugin named "Simple Social Buttons," installed on more than 40,000 WordPress sites.