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    Guess whose operating systems had more vulnerabilities in 2014...

    If you guessed Microsoft, well, you're wrong. Apple lead the field:

    http://www.gfi.com/blog/most-vulnera...tions-in-2014/
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    I see IE is still at the top of the heap, although that is to be expected as being the most used browser.

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    Interesting operating system breakdown there, OS X covers 1999 to date (11 major releases), yet Windows OS' are listed individually? Makes comparisons pretty difficult.

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    Quote Originally Posted by satrow View Post
    Interesting operating system breakdown there, OS X covers 1999 to date (11 major releases), yet Windows OS' are listed individually? Makes comparisons pretty difficult.
    That's probably right, but the numbers itself are clear about the myth of OS X security.
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