Insecurity Iceberg

Analysis of the worldwide vulnerable Web browser population based on non-personally identifiable data accumulated by Google’s search- and web-server logs from around the globe between January 2007 and June 2008.

A series of papers and publications exploiting the data of Google web server logs to measure the security/insecurity of global web browser population and the human dynamics behind security updates.

The Web browser Insecurity Iceberg represents the number of Internet users at risk because they don’t use the latest most secure Web browsers and plug-ins to surf the Web. This paper has quantified the visible portion of the Insecurity Iceberg (above the waterline) using passive evaluation techniques - which amounted to more than 600 million users at risk not running the latest most secure Web browser version in June 2008.

Papers & Whitepapers

4 Papers / Whitepapers

Talks & Coverage

4 Items