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Nearly Nine in Ten Websites Contain One Serious Vulnerability

For at least the third year in a row, the number of serious vulnerabilities per website has fallen. That sounds like good news until you look at the numbers and realize that the average website carried an astonishing 56 holes in 2012, according to statistics compiled by WhiteHat Security and based upon data gathered from tens of thousands of websites.

After A Decade, Time To Rethink Microsoft’s Vulnerability Ratings?

Security Experts will tell you that one year is a lifetime in the world of online threats and attacks. But eight years after Microsoft introduced its innovative severity rating system for software vulnerability, the company says its original definitions of what makes a software hole important still apply. Security experts aren’t so sure.


From DarkReading (Kelly Jackson Higgins)

Most Websites harbor at least one major vulnerability, and over 80 percent of Websites have had a critical security flaw, according to new data released today by WhiteHat Security.

The Website vulnerability statistics, based on Website vulnerability data gathered from WhiteHat’s own enterprise clients, show that 63 percent of Websites have at least one high, critical, or urgent vulnerability issue, and there’s an average of seven unfixed vulnerabilities in a Website today. Read the full story [darkreading.com]

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