Number of days required to patch majority of Flash vulnerabilities worldwide from 2014 to 2016

Number of days required to patch Flash vulnerabilities 2014-2016 This statistic illustrates the number of days required to patch Flash vulnerabilities from potential exploitations. In 2014, it took around 308 days for a Flash vulnerability to be patched, however, this trend has decreased over the past two years. As of 2016, defenders have significantly reduced the time needed to patch 80 percent of known Flash vulnerabilities, averaging 62 days.
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2014308
2015144
201662
Number of days
2014308
2015144
201662
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This statistic illustrates the number of days required to patch Flash vulnerabilities from potential exploitations. In 2014, it took around 308 days for a Flash vulnerability to be patched, however, this trend has decreased over the past two years. As of 2016, defenders have significantly reduced the time needed to patch 80 percent of known Flash vulnerabilities, averaging 62 days.
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July 2017
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Worldwide
Survey time period
2014 to 2016
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based on 80 percent of Flash vulnerabilities

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