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New Mozilla fund will pay for security audits of open-source code

John Ribeiro | June 13, 2016
The project will have a $500,000 fund to start with

To qualify for SOS funding, the software must be open source or free software, with the appropriate licenses and approvals, and must be actively maintained. Some of the other factors that will be considered are whether a project is already corporate backed, how commonly is the software used, whether it is network-facing or regularly processes untrusted data, and its importance to the continued functioning of the Internet or the Web.


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