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Vulnerability Trends Over Time

Year # of Vulnerabilities DoS Code Execution Overflow Memory Corruption Sql Injection XSS Directory Traversal Http Response Splitting Bypass something Gain Information Gain Privileges CSRF File Inclusion # of exploits
2006 70 25 41 11 9 7 5 3
2007 36 8 13 5 6 8 1 6 2 1
2008 69 24 25 9 9 7 3 16 8 1
2009 55 23 22 3 17 6 4 6 1
2010 83 25 48 17 18 9 7 7 2 6
2011 66 30 43 13 19 1 1 9 8 2 1
2012 146 68 98 26 58 18 11 9 2 1
2013 104 51 72 28 36 8 7 7 2
2014 32 12 13 5 4 3 9 5 1
Total 661 266 375 117 176 66 5 1 74 52 12 4 7
% Of All 40.2 56.7 17.7 26.6 0.0 10.0 0.8 0.2 11.2 7.9 1.8 0.6 0.0

Warning : Vulnerabilities with publish dates before 1999 are not included in this table and chart. (Because there are not many of them and they make the page look bad; and they may not be actually published in those years.)

Vulnerabilities By Year
70
36
69
55
83
66
146
104
32
  2006 70
2007 36
2008 69
2009 55
2010 83
2011 66
2012 146
2013 104
2014 32
Vulnerabilities By Type
266
375
117
176
66
74
12
5
52
4
1
  Denial of Service 266
Execute Code 375
Overflow 117
Memory Corruption 176
XSS 66
Bypass Something 74
Gain Privilege 12
Directory Traversal 5
Gain Information 52
CSRF 4
Http Response Splitting 1

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