Days of Risk Report (automatically generated)
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Product: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (all packages)
Starting date: 20050215
Ending date: 20120229
For Severity: Critical Important Moderate Low
1974 issues with half of all issues (median) fixed within 15 days. Average of 87 days.
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- The date an issue was first known to the public is based on data collected by Red Hat, Steven Christey, and third party researchers. The date an issue was fixed is parsed from data supplied by Red Hat Network with additional data from the archives of Red Hat mailing lists. The raw data is available
- The description (where supplied) is taken verbatim from the CVE dictionary.
- Dates are based on UTC timezone where possible. The actual time of day an advisory is released and issue is public is not taken into account, therefore some issues that say "1 day" are actually less than 24 hours. "0 day" means 'on the same date'.