Between 2006 and 2007, there was an almost threefold rise in Microsoft flaws

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    Au79 <> wrote in news:IIM3j.31$:

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    You posted references to the same study 3 times. Apparently you are
    desperate for anything that makes Microsoft looks bad.

    This is a very misleading article as they state 300% which could mean it
    went from 1 flaw to 3.

    Also mentioned in another article on the same subject:

    "It isn't that Microsoft isn't doing a better job," Paller said. "The reason
    [is that] it is so lucrative to find vulnerabilities in Excel and Word, so
    there are a lot of [hackers] searching for them."
    Fuzzy Logic, Nov 30, 2007
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