Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Lots of Foot Dragging on IPv6

Study argues that IPv6 adoption and traffic are not ramping up as they should.

Would-Be Linux Contributors May Get a Leg Up

To better the OS and grow participation, Linux's backers want to help developers negotiate what's become a complex community of people and processes.

Did Dan Kaminsky Save the Internet?

The DNS flaw is one of the most-discussed vulnerabilities in the history of computing. Is the man who discovered it to be praised as a savior or despised as a fear-monger and self-promoter?

Will Juniper Deliver on Access Control Promises

Will latest release of network access control framework live up to the hype?

Get the Latest Scoop with Networking Update Newsletter