@Linux4Everyone 1999 to 2019 windows 10 had about half the exploits....
Okay, but didn’t it get released around 2015/16? While many others in that list where around since 1999? Thats like comparing apples and bananas, just saying, but you most likely tooted that to point this out anyway

@thewk That I did. Not to mention the "source" of this information is dubious at best.

@Linux4Everyone “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” - Mahatma Gandhi

@Linux4Everyone What do they count in "Debian Linux"? Debian and Ubuntu should be subject to the "Linux kernel" vulnerabilities, but Ubuntu has less vulnerabilities than the kernel. If the kernel is not considered part of "Debian Linux", what is? All packages in the debian repositories? And how can they seriously compare the whole Debian distribution and a single software as Acrobat Reader? This report doesn't make any sense...

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