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Today we released the fourth annual Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) Progress Report. This report highlights advancements in various Microsoft information sharing initiatives that foster deeper industry collaboration, increase community-based defenses, and better protect customers.
This new report includes:
Some of the key findings include:
Figure: Bulletins issued and CVEs addressed, 1H07–1H12
Figure: Percent of vulnerabilities affecting Microsoft products with potential remote code execution, July 2007–June 2012
Figure: Microsoft Exploitability Index ratings, July 2011–June 2012
Figure: Security bulletin deployment events under different scenarios, June 2011–June 2012
Figure: Vulnerability disclosures affecting Microsoft products, July 2006–June 2012
There is a lot more new information included in the report. I encourage you to download the full report available here.
Tim RainsDirector, Trustworthy Computing