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Open-Source Apps Earn Software Security Seal Of Approval

Jul 24, 2009, 14:03 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matthew McKenzie)

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"The two open-source apps, OpenVPN and the Sendmail Mail Transfer Agent, are both extremely popular among business users. According to a Veracode press release, its "A" rating indicates that a software developer has "developed a secure application that has been independently evaluated for software vulnerabilities against industry standards."

"Security is a major concern for both projects. OpenVPN is a widely used tool for creating point-to-point encrypted network connections, and Sendmail MTA is the single most widely used application of its type -- open-source or proprietary -- in use today."

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