On Mon, Mar 23, 2020 at 04:24 PM, Jesse Farquharson wrote:
an opensource program, means that you can have someone who is qualified come in to externally audit the software and say, "yes, this program is absolutely safe," if you are inclined to do so.Yep, and not just for NVDA. It seems that slowly, but surely, many IT professionals are getting "the powers that be" to recognize this. There is far less resistance to open source software in the business market than there once was. But since that resistance started out as absolute, it's still nowhere close to the degree of acceptance that should prevail.
That being said, there are many ways that current security suites use to analyze closed source code to see if it's been compromised. There is good reason, very good reason, to believe that commercial software makers are not going to rob their customers (of passwords or cash, anyway - data is another matter altogether).
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
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