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From: Kim.Oppalfens at azlan.be (Kim Oppalfens)
Subject: The new Microsoft math:  1 patch for 14 vul
	nerabilities, MS04-011

Or maybe it is a conspiracy to make us patch our systems once instead of 14
times. By doing so we would have more free time which probably increases
xbox sales.

Kim

-----Original Message-----
From: Edward W. Ray [mailto:support@...cman.com] 
Sent: woensdag 14 april 2004 16:10
To: full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com
Subject: [Full-Disclosure] The new Microsoft math: 1 patch for 14
vulnerabilities, MS04-011

 
I use Linux, OpenBSD and Windows in my enterprise.  Linux and OpenBSD use
the "1 patch for 1 vulnerability" rule.  Seems to me that MS is bunching
their patches together in order to make it seem on the surface that Windows
has less patches than other Oses, therefore it is more secure.  CIOs, take
note. 

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