"A security organization, in conjunction with the Department of
Homeland Security and security agencies from both the Canadian and
British governments, on Wednesday published its fourth annual list
of the most commonly exploited Internet vulnerabilities.
"The SysAdmin Audit Security Network (SANS) Institute, which
first rolled out a list four years ago with the FBI's National
Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC), unveiled a pair of Top 10
lists, one noting vulnerabilities within Windows software, the
other tagging the top flaws in Linux and Unix programs..."
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