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Download Secunia Vulnerability Review 2013

The Secunia Vulnerability Review 2013 analyzes the evolution of software vulnerabilities from a global, industry, enterprise, and endpoint perspective. It presents data on vulnerabilities, exploits and the availability of patches, and takes a look at SCADA and browser security.

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What will you find?

The Secunia Vulnerability Review findings support that the primary threat to endpoint security for corporations and private users alike comes from third-party/non-Microsoft programs, and that vulnerability and patch management efforts must span much wider than to just deal with the familiar interfaces of Microsoft software and a few usual suspects from other vendors. The research documents that the number of vulnerabilities discovered in the 50 most popular programs on private PCs has increased over the past 5 years, and non-Microsoft programs are the culprits.

Know your enemy

Read this report to get the latest intelligence about the root cause of many security issues: vulnerabilities in software.

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