Let's hope these good intentions aren't paving a road to hell.
Nov 15 2010, 9:18am CST
Source: Ars Technica
A Linux Foundation project inspired by the Heartbleed security flaw announced that it will fund a security audit for the OpenSSL code base and the salaries of two full-time developers.
The Heartbleed flaw shone a spotlight on how poorly funded the OpenSSL cryptographic software library is despite being used by many of the world's richest technology companies. The ...
Full article at: Ars Technica
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