We all need open standards

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We all need open standards

The latest SANS "Top 20" vulnerability list was released recently. While it needs to be taken with a pinch of salt, it did come up with an interesting observation. It seems the focus is shifting, from holes in OSs to those in applications.

This might even be a good thing if it means that, finally, people are regularly patching their OSs. Despite being a regular whipping boy for the security community, Microsoft has done some excellent work in patch management over recent years. New installations of Windows will nag you if you ...

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