Microsoft Security Intelligence Report volume 8 (July - December 2009)
This is the eighth volume of the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report
- Volume 8 of the Microsoft® Security Intelligence Report provides an in-depth perspective on malicious and potentially unwanted software, software exploits, security breaches and software vulnerabilities (both in Microsoft software and in third-party software). Microsoft developed these perspectives based on detailed analysis over the past several years, with a focus on the second half of 2009.
This download is still available on microsoft.com. The downloads below will come directly from the Microsoft Download Center.
|Microsoft_Security_Intelligence_Report _volume8_July-Dec2009_English.pdf||13.85 MB|
|Microsoft_Security_Intelligence_Report _volume8_July-Dec2009_English.xps||27.17 MB|
|Microsoft_Security_Intelligence_Report _volume_8_Key_Findings_Summary_English.pdf||1.92 MB|
|Microsoft_Security_Intelligence_Report _volume_8_Key_Findings_Summary_English.xps||2.57 MB|
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Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP
- Any supported Operating System
- Download the SIR and/or the Key Findings Summary. Both are available as a PDF or an XPS. In order to view the XPS document, you will need to install the reader (included in Windows 7 and Windows Vista).