Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Alcatel-Lucent Loses Its Leadership

Working to put the merger and its business troubles behind it, the networking vendor is set to shed it CEO and chairman.

Juniper Touts Strong Growth, CEO Succession

The networking vendor reports growing sales and successful competition against Cisco, while its new CEO gets set to join.

DNS Cache Poisoning Flaw Goes Ballistic

Kaminsky admits flaw is now public and that less than half of potentially affected users have patched their servers.

MySQL: Back to Its Roots via Sun

Six months after being acquired by Sun, MySQL founders explain what's going on.

Sun Takes a Shine to Linux in New Web Stack

But by offering a standardized stack across a variety of OSes, the company also looks to displace the traditional offerings from Linux vendors.

Brocade's New Networking Foundry

Company shells out $3 billion for networking vendor Foundry.

Is Open Source Development Insecure?

A leading application security firm issues research report alleging that open source software developers are missing the security boat.

JUNOS: Open, But Not Open Source

What does it mean to release a network operating system every quarter for 10 years?

Verdict in Novell/SCO Case a Mixed Bag

After weeks of contemplation, a verdict emerges in the Unix trial, though it's unclear how happy Novell will be.

Cisco Expands 40G Reach

New support for IPoDWDM technology promises carriers cost-effective network extension.

Is DNSSEC the Answer to Internet Security?

The technology to secure the DNS system has been around for four years, yet many servers don't use it.

Who's Really at Risk From the DNS Flaw?

The disclosure from major vendors generated a good deal of concern, but how widespread is the actual danger -- and what can be done?

DNS at Risk From Multivendor Cache Poisoning

Security researchers sound the alarm on core protocol issue with DNS that could bring the Internet to a standstill if not fixed.

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