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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1201 EU to give free security audits to Apache HTTP server and Keepass
The European Commission announced on Wednesday that its IT engineers would provide a free security audit for the Apache HTTP Server and KeePass projects.

The EC selected the two projects following a public survey that took place between June 17 and July 8 and that received 3,282 answers.

The survey and security audit are part of the EU-FOSSA (EU-Free and Open Source Software Auditing) project, a test pilot program that received funding of €1 million until the end of the year.

Other projects considered in the survey included MySQL, Git, ElasticSearch, FileZilla, WinSCP, OpenSSH, Notepasd++, Firefox, 7-Zip, VLC Media Player, Glibc, the Linux kernel, Apache Tomcat, BounchyCastle, OpenSSL, Drupal, VeraCrypt, Apache Commons, and the TYPO3 CMS.
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