Oh, please... I do hope you're joking, and aren't actually buying into
that ZDNet FUD... Comparing raw numbers of adviseries is never a good
tactic, to start with... Product X may have a higher number of discovered
bugs than product Y, but that says absolutely nothing about the relative
security of the two... If all of product X's bugs are trivial and cause
no serious problems, while all of product Y's are extremely serious and
lead to easy exploitation and take-over of the system, then which would
you rather be running?? If all of product X's bugs were fixed within a
couple days, while all of product Y's remain unfixed to this day, which
would you rather be running??
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