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Dropbox itself is not open source, but it uses open source software and technologies. For example, Dropbox's server infrastructure is based on Linux and uses open-source libraries and tools for things like encrypting data and managing network connections.
Financial open-source software refers to financial applications that are made available to the public under an open-source license. This means that the source code of the software is made available for free and can be used, modified, and distributed by anyone. Financial open-source software covers a wide range of applications, including accounting software, investment analysis software, portfolio management tools, financial planning tools, and more. Some popular examples of financial open-source software include GNUCash, LedgerSMB, and OpenERP. The use of open-source financial software can help individuals and organizations save money on licensing fees, as well as provide greater transparency and control over financial operations.