So this is something I find fascinating: I keep hearing of how open source means safer because people can look through the code for anything malicious.
But how often and carefully ARE people looking through the code?
I imagine the kernel itself and various other marquee projects undergo rigorous scrutiny...but I can't imagine that everything I'm using on my machine has been combed through by a third party.
Or is this a dirty secret that most stuff really isn't looked at, let alone audited properly.
I'd be more interested in learning about this aspect of FOSS.submitted by /u/questionman1
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