Researchers look to predict software flaws

Friday, 21 July 2006, 2:30 AM EST

n an analysis to be presented at a secure computing conference in September, three researchers used monthly flaw tallies for the two most popular Web servers--The Apache Foundation's Apache Web server and Microsoft's Internet Information Services (IIS) server--to test their models for predicting the number of vulnerabilities that will be found in a given code base.

At SecurityFocus.

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