A Time to Patch II: Mozilla
A few weeks back, Security Fix published figures showing just how long it takes for Microsoft to issue security updates for flaws it learned about through private or public disclosure. I don't recall receiving as much feedback from readers after any other blog post, and many who wrote in wondered whether we were going to conduct the same analysis for other major software vendors.
Today's post marks the second in what I hope will be a series of similar analyses. This one looks back over a similar three-year period to see how long it took Mozilla to issue patches for self-assigned "critical" security holes in its various open source products, including the Mozilla Suite, the Firefox Web browser, and its Thunderbird e-mail software. Security Fix - Brian Krebs on Computer and Internet Security - (washingtonpost.com)
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