How business learned to love open source

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How business learned to love open source

More and more proprietary security tools use some open-source code. What are the advantages for companies?

The line separating open-source software and commercial, packaged applications seems to have blurred. For evidence, just check out some of the widely used security tools available. Take Snort, for example. The de facto standard for intrusion detection and prevention, the open-source Snort has ...

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