The Microsoft Security Intelligence Report

What does Microsoft do with the massive amounts of data it collects from millions of Internet-connected systems and some of the world’s busiest online services? For one, twice a year it publishes the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report, which covers trends in software vulnerability disclosures, exploits, and malware; the threat impact for different versions of Windows, and much more.


Tim Rains describes the latest edition, and tells why it’s worth reading the entire report.

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