Nessus 3.0: the end of the age of open-source innocence?

Thursday, 22 December 2005, 5:41 PM EST

"Here's the danger we are running into," said Alan Shimel, Chief Strategy Officer for StillSecure. "People contribute resources to these communities, whether it be time, money, or code. When they see everything they give converted for the commercial success of an individual rather than as a community as a whole, how long do you think they are going to want to keep giving?"

At Linux Insider.

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