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Web Applications Security Trends Report (Q1-Q2, 2009)
Cenzic company has published web applications security report. Overall, this report tells about almost 3100 various vulnerabilities, and this is about 10% more than about year ago in the same period of time.
The most common security holes are in the susceptibility to attacks "SQL injection" (25%), than cross site scripting (17%) and errors in mechanisms of authentication (14%), buffer errors (12%).
Only 2% of the security holes are errors in WWW servers and 8% belongs to popular web browsers.
First place among browsers in terms of number of holes took Firefox, which affected 44% of gaps. In second place, took Safari with the result 35%. Internet Explorer, took third place - 15%. Opera proved to be the safest, only 6% gaps occurred in this browser.
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