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Securing BSD

by Brent Kirkpatrick

(Date Published: .)



Securing a network involves securing its BSD servers and routers.



Hackers target BSD servers and routers. These computers form the backbone of the Internet.

In order to secure our networks, we must prioritize patches to vulnerabilities in the BSD operating system. Excellent systems programmers are needed. These people find the lines of code related to each vulnerability and prepare the security patches.

As leaders in business and in computing, we need to structure the economy carefully. We must prioritize securing BSD. As open source, the BSD operating system and its developers are currently in need of more funding.

Secure open source. Secure your network.


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