>>52450289 >>52450185 Debunked bait charts that doesn't measure anything of importance. The showed information arent normalized to measure security, but merely as a reference of existing issues. >contains fixed issues, not open issues. If a company spends time doing security research and fixes more issues this will punish them for that. >information comes from vendor bug reports that arent properly normalized cause they are not intended for comparison. Most of those entries sum the issues based on how the vendor defines products. One example is the split up of Windows into multiple version while other OSs have all their bugs are summed up, or the fact that ubuntu contains all packages not just the core system. >The sheer count of open issues means nothing. If JRE has 100 issues, but 98 only affect sandbox breakout in the browser plugin that still means that there were only 2 issues that affected regular java applications. Now stop posting this stupid shit and go back to /v/ where you can continue stare at your (less is better) charts.
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