I think it’s amazing that people would assume that somebody purposely inserted a bug into software they were building, rather than admit that developing software takes effort.  

Man who introduced serious ‘Heartbleed’ security flaw denies he inserted it deliberately: “‘It’s unfortunate that it’s used by millions of people, but only very few actually contribute to it,’ he said.

‘The benefit of open source software is that anyone can review the code in the first place.

‘The more people look at it, the better, especially with a software like OpenSSL.'”