Could the BBC be right in the MyDoom Linux controversy?

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London, UK - 6 February 2004, 13:45 GMT - The British Broadcasting Corporation's (BBC) online article "Linux cyber-battle turns nasty" by Stephen Evans suggests that "internet zealots who believe that code should be free to all (open source)" are more than likely to have created and launched the MyDoom malware because they hold a grudge against The SCO Group. This has evoked a large, angry response from the Linux user community as if a religious shrine had been desecrated. However, there may well be some truth and worthy analysis in BBC's perspective.


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