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Microsoft: 70 percent of all security bugs are memory safety issues

zdnet.com/article/micros…
Memory safety vulnerabilities are also very popular with hackers, as use after free and heap corruption bugs are often at the source of many exploits spotted in the wild
Another trend is that adjacent buffer overruns have become less common. Non-adjacent (out-of-bounds reads/writes) are now found more often.
A more detailed breakdown of memory safety bugs' root causes
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