SearchSecurity.com – Some companies are a little nervous about using open source products because they worry about who will take responsibility if there are security flaws in them. Should they trust that programmers, who created an application as a labor-of-love, will create a fix in a timely manner? Or does the open source model guarantee the speedy discovery - and repair - of flaws, since the original programmers aren't the only ones who can implement a fix? Offer your opinion to your fellow pros here.
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