Are open source databases more secure?

Friday, 28 October 2005, 10:18 AM EST

If a recent Evans Data Corp. survey is any indication, IT administrators are increasingly worried about security holes in mainstream database products and are looking at open source alternatives. But John Andrews, president of the Santa Cruz, Calif.-based research firm, said that doesn't mean open source is necessarily better.

By Bill Brenner at Search Security.

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