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    Microsoft continues to expand its newfound love for Linux.
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    [LIST][*]Microsoft has applied to become a member of a closed group of Linux developers that reports and discusses security vulnerabilities before they're made public.[*]The company made the request on June 26, noting its work on the Windows Subsystem for Linux, Azure Sphere, and more.[*]Microsoft would join others like Oracle, Amazon Web Services, Redhat, SUSE, and more.[/LIST]

    Microsoft recently applied to become a member of a private group of Linux developers focused on addressing security vulnerabilities (via ZDNet).

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    07-05-2019 04:42 PM

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