MS wrong on security claims: Red Hat

Friday, 2 September 2005, 1:19 AM EST

In an update on security at Microsoftís recent worldwide partner conference, the companyís security head Mike Nash took aim at Linux and singled out Red Hat. Nash says between January and June this year, Microsoft released 38 security bulletins for Windows Server 2003, while in the same period 234 were issued for Red Hatís Enterprise Linux 3.

But Mark Cox, head of Red Hatís security response team, says a simple comparison of the number of advisories issued is misleading.

By Louis van Wyk at Reseller News.

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