Securing open-source code isn't going to be cheap

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Securing open-source code isn't going to be cheap

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Devs and maintainers are getting paid ... though not to concentrate on security.

Open-source software has always been more secure than proprietary software, but that doesn't mean it's "secure." To lock it down, we need to invest serious cash in developers and maintainers.

You may have noticed that a lot of people are getting seriously cranky about open-source software security lately. They have a reason. Our screw-ups have been making the news a lot lately.

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