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Zero-days? Sexy, sure, but crap passwords and phishing are probably more pressing – The Register


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Zero-days? Sexy, sure, but crap passwords and phishing are probably more pressing
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A new study from RAND Corporation concluded that zero-day vulnerabilities – security flaws that developers haven't got around to patching or aren't aware of – have an average life expectancy of 6.9 years. The research, based on rare access to a dataset ...

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The Register

Zero-days? Sexy, sure, but crap passwords and phishing are probably more pressing
The Register
A new study from RAND Corporation concluded that zero-day vulnerabilities – security flaws that developers haven't got around to patching or aren't aware of – have an average life expectancy of 6.9 years. The research, based on rare access to a dataset ...

and more »

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