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FUD (an acronym for Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) refers to actions meant to attack or alter perceptions regarding software or system compatibility.

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FUD is employed by market leaders to cast aspersion on competing products. The purpose of a FUD campaign is to raise an artificial barrier to entry to a competitor by causing potential customers to doubt the competitor's products, services or abilities.

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