Linux breaches climb to all time high over last three months

Is Microsoft's trustworthy computing initiative paying off?

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London, UK - 3 June 2003, 17:00 GMT - The recent war with Iraq had a substantial impact on verified digital attacks. Online servers running Linux systems recorded most of the successful breaches. Partially as a result of the aggravations caused by the war, 2003 has already become the worst year for digital attacks against online servers with 91,088 overt attacks recorded as opposed to 87,525 for the whole of 2002. mi2g's SIPS database records go back to 1995, which is a component of Bespoke Security Architecture selected for the Queen's Award for innovation in 2003.


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