A Statistical Analysis of Vulnerability Discovery: Microsoft Operating Systems
Software vulnerabilities that lie within operating systems present significant issues to security professionals and senior managers. Therefore, information about the propagation and lifecycle that vulnerabilities exhibit within software systems is crucial to understanding the risks that organisations face. The authors present a review of the software vulnerability literature, an overview of contemporary vulnerability discovery models and a case study centred on the Microsoft Windows series of operating systems.
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