Lazy software fixes are creating even more problems for security teams

Quick fixes for zero-day vulnerabilities are giving rise to fresh issues for security teams, a new Google report suggests.

According to cybersecurity researchers at Google Project Zero, half of the 18 zero-days found in major software this year could have been prevented had developers done a better job at patching (opens in new tab) the original flaw.

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