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Java is the biggest vulnerability for US computers

Maria Korolov | Jan. 27, 2015
Oracle's Java poses the single biggest security risk to US desktops, says a new report.

"There is no reason to assume that the patch status is any different on corporate end user devices that are not rigorously controlled and patched by the IT team," he said.

In addition to the US, Secunia also released individual reports for eleven European countries, Saudi Arabia, Australia, and New Zealand, and the results varied slightly by geography.

For example, the percentage of unpatched operating system ranged from a low of 8.1 percent in the Netherlands to a high of 17.2 percent in Saudi Arabia.


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