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California Bureau Chief, Light Reading
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Mitch Wagner is California bureau chief for Light Reading.

Articles by Mitch Wagner
posted in December 2003

Doubts Linger About SCO's Cyber-Attack Claims

In the face of third-party evidence that the attacks against SCO did happen, Linux advocates retracted accusations that the attack was self inflicted. But the advocates say any damage could have been mitigated by competent network administration.

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Linux Community Scores

A Utah Judge ordered the SCO Group to show the Linux code it claims infringes on SCO's Unix intellectual property. So far, the SCO Group's case has been a lot of bluster and very little substance. The company is well-funded, has hired a lot of high-priced lawyers and has cranked out a lot of press releases.

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