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Will Top 25 list of software errors rescue you from rotten software?

NSA, intelligence community firmly behind software security effort
By Ellen Messmer , NetworkWorld.com  1/12/09

Will the Top 25 worst software errors list released Monday be able to rescue customers from rotten software? That's the palpable hope from some security managers who have backed the government and industry effort to identify the worst programming mistakes that lead to patch-management headaches and even cybercrime and cyber espionage.

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