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Open Source More Secure - Open Source More Secure
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According to Intel, kernel level Windows driver flaws are nothing to get excited about. eBay will test Skype calls for customer service, makes sense but I hope they don't make it mandatory. Trend Micro says open source is more secure.

"Open source is more secure. Period," Raimund Genes, chief technical officer for anti-malware at Trend, said. "More people control the code base; they can react immediately to vulnerabilities; and open source doesn't have so much of a problem with legacy code because of the number of distributions."

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