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Sean Michael Kerner

Sean Michael Kerner writes about Linux (distros the kernel and the community), Open Source (licenses, applications, management and legal), Security (tools, attack vectors, vendors and exploits) Application Development (tools, vendors, dynamic languages and code)
as well as Networking (core equipment, carrier, enterprise, Ethernet, IPv6 and access control). Kerner takes a deep technical view on everything he writes and has years of hands-on experience with many of the core technologies he writes about. When not writing, Kerner can be found experimenting with the latest Open Source technologies, looking for software and security defects and fixing network configuration issues. He has also been known to spend inordinate amounts of time looking at satellite images of Roswell, New Mexico and is a student of the Klingon language. Kerner has been contributing to InternetNews.com since 2003.