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Twitter and Other Tech Companies to Adopt Bug Bounty Programs

Twitter recently announced that it will give security researchers who find security flaws in its tools cold, hard cash, not just a pat on the back. The company is partnered with the existing bug bounty program HackerOne, which offers a minimum of $140 for each bug and has no maximum payout for bugs disclosed responsibly.  

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Debian LTS Off To A Slow Start But Progressing

Earlier this year was the announcement of Debian to be handled with Long Term Support for the Squeeze, Wheezy, and Jessie releases. That LTS support is working but their initial funding is coming up less than desirable and there's still open issues...

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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Is Getting Close To Launching On Linux

Valve is finally getting ready to bring Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to Linux!..

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A Global Shift to Open Source at the University

You've probably heard of MIT's OpenCourseWare program by now; or at least, you will have heard that some universities are offering versions of their courses online for free. But what does that even mean? That anybody with an Internet connection can now get a Bachelor's degree from MIT? The answer...

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Former Red Hat Executive Brian Stevens Lands at Google

The mystery's over. Red Hat's Brian Stevens is now Google's VP of Cloud Platforms.

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