Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 20th Dec 2007 21:42 UTC
Privacy, Security, Encryption It's the time of year again, folks. "The year 2007 has been an interesting year that brought us improved security with Windows Vista and Mac OS X Leopard (10.5). But to get some perspective of how many publicly known holes found in these two operating systems, I've compiled all the security flaws in Mac OS X and Windows XP and Vista and placed them side by side. This is significant because it shows a trend that can give us a good estimate for how many flaws we can expect to find in the coming months." Do with it as you please.
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Here we go *again*
by Dasher42 on Fri 21st Dec 2007 01:45 UTC
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ZDNet is still engaging in irresponsible journalism about vulnerability counts from Secunia. News at 11.

Why do we even bother with this stuff? They pull the same old tricks with Linux and OSX over and over. It's a page-hit troll. Articles like this have been so debunked it's ridiculous

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