Don't shoot the security messenger

Monday, 15 August 2005, 4:20 PM EST

Security through transparency takes on a whole new point of view. Open-source development relies on the eyes and ears of a thousand different programmers who have access to the source code. With so many people working on it, chances are that someone, somewhere will spot the error and fix it.

By Don Sambandaraksa at LinuxInsider.

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