Google and Microsoft Report Fewer Vulnerabilities in First Half of 2020

Google and Microsoft Report Fewer Vulnerabilities in First Half of 2020

Tech companies like Oracle, Google, and Microsoft have disclosed that the volume of vulnerabilities returning to normal levels in the first half of 2020. Risk Based Security’s VulnDB team has released the 2020 Mid-Year Vulnerability QuickView Report that revealed that vulnerability disclosures for 2020 are on track to meet or surpass the number disclosed in 2019.

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As per the report, 818 vulnerabilities were dumped of the 11,121 publicized during the midyear, down by 8.2% compared to the same period in 2019.  The Q2 of 2020 suggests things are slowly returning to normal after tough months due to COVID-19.

The number of Microsoft vulnerabilities disclosed increased by 150% compared with last year, followed by Oracle and Google.

Source: techrepublic

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