The downside of open source is, that anyone can create bugs and other security issues.
Mirko Schubert
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As Rudy says, code review are key. Also most patches from the non-project members require tests which show that the new change does not negatively affect the existing code. There are no absolute guarantees (of course) but neither are there any for closed source developments: if there were, then Microsoft should have always been producing bug-free, absolutely secure software…

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