Open Source vs Closed Source

The merits of Open Source vs Closed Source Software

I’m sure a friend or at least a weird roommate has told you about it at some point or another. we’ll start by describing the opposite of open source software proprietary or closed source. This stuff follows the centuries-old monetization model of gather or make something that people want and then sell it to them at a given price. Through the use of mandatory licensing agreements that you implicitly sign when you run it, proprietary software avoids selling you a

Choosing a Secure Password Using Salting And Pseudo-Random Passwords.

When we stop and think about it, we live in a depressingly insecure world. Chances are the only thing standing between your stuff and bad guy are some very saturable windows you’re only a few feet from hitting another car head-on when you drive down the street and your private conversations and finances are kept safe online by a short string of characters. I mean I’m not trying to make you feel afraid or paranoid or anything but what I