Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote:
Mozilla's Firefox web browser versions 2 and 3 top the list with 40
The real interesting part is how many users out there (absolute or
percentage) are using products with unfixed security flaws? How many
days of having no fix for a known security vulnerability did the
different products have?
It not important how many different flaws there were in any given
product, the importance is how much likely are users to be harmed, i.e.
severity of the flaws and getting the fix out to users.
Justin also has some very valid points there as well.
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