SANS and FBI Top 20 vuln list

Thursday, 3 October 2002, 2:19 PM EST

FBI and SANS have announced the 20 most serious security vulnerabilities affecting both Windows and Unix systems.

The two Top Twenty Internet Security Vulnerabilities for 2002 lists, announced Wednesday, outline the software features most often used by hackers to circumvent computer security and break into Windows and Unix systems. The FBI's partner in the venture is the SysAdmin, Audit, Networking and Security (SANS) Institute , a research and education organization made up of government, corporate and academic experts.

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The above link goes to News.com report about the joint FBI/SANS release. If you are interested in a direct link to the report go to SANS.org.

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