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Microsoft Security Essentials Security Intelligence Report. Cliff Evans Security and Privacy Lead Microsoft Ltd. Microsoft Security Essentials.
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Volume 6 (July through December 2008)
Industry-wide vulnerability disclosures by half-year, 2H03-2H08
Industry-wide operating system, browser, and other vulnerabilities, 2H03-2H08
Vulnerability disclosures for Microsoft and non-Microsoft products, 2H03-2H08
The 10 browser-based vulnerabilities exploited most often on computers running Windows XP, 2H08
The 10 browser-based vulnerabilities exploited most often on computers running Windows Vista, 2H08
Adobe Reader exploits by month in 2008, indexed to the monthly average for 2H08
Security breach incidents by type, expressed as percentages of the total, 2H07-2H08
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