While Microsoft has always been target numero uno for security vulnerabilities, another company actually had the most security vulnerabilities in 2014. It was Apple.
Many of you have probably heard that Apple computers don't "get viruses," but the number of security vulnerabilities discovered this year means that hackers might have a new target.
Here's how Apple stacks up against its competition:
As you can see in the chart, these vulnerabilities are prioritized as "high," "medium" and "low." Vulnerabilities marked as high are ones that allow potential cyberattackers to ruin your computer, while ones marked as low mean that hackers have far less power.
Most of the vulnerabilities discovered on OSX and iOS devices are higher priority.
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