The software that we use, from our Facebook app on the cell phone to the operating system that runs a space station, are not written from scratch. 70% of all code in software applications come from open source libraries. It is critical to keep these libraries safe and secure so that our applications are also secure.
But open source software is fraught with security issues. OpenRefactory's Intelligent Code Repair (iCR) finds bugs in open source software with high precision; we find bugs that other tools miss.
Now we want to collectively take the step to bring these findings to the software maintainers and help them fix the problem. Together with your help, we will fix security problems in open source software. We ask you to participate in the "Fix open source Python software competition" for fun and profit.