Mozilla launches new SOS fund to help prevent the next Heartbleed

Frederic Lardinois posted: "Mozilla today announced that it is launching the Secure Open Source (SOS) Fund to help make open source code more secure. The fund, which will get an initial grant $500,000 from the Mozilla Open Source Support program, aims to prevent the next Heartbleed "

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Mozilla launches new fund to help prevent the next Heartbleed

by Frederic Lardinois

Mozilla today announced that it is launching the Secure Open Source (SOS) Fund to help make open source code more secure. The fund, which will get an initial grant $500,000 from the Mozilla Open Source Support program, aims to prevent the next Heartbleed or Shellshock by providing open source projects with the means to audit and fix their […]

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Frederic Lardinois | June 9, 2016 at 9:44 am | Tags: Mozilla, open source software, shellshock, free software, Heartbleed, security | Categories: Security, TC | URL: http://wp.me/p1FaB8-5B6s

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