Seasonality and Software Vulnerabilities in Major Database Management Systems

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  •   HyunChul Joh

Abstract

Popularity and marketshare are very important index for software users and vendors since more popular systems tend to engage better user experience and environments. periodical fluctuations in the popularity and marketshare could be vital factors when we estimate the potential risk analysis in target systems. Meanwhile, software vulnerabilities, in major relational database management systems, are detected every now and then. Today, all most every organizations depend on those database systems for store and retrieve their any kinds of informations for the reasons of security, effectiveness, etc. They have to manage and evaluate the level of risks created by the software vulnerabilities so that they could avoid potential losses before the security defects damage their reputations. Here, we examine the seasonal fluctuations with respect to the view of software security risks in the four major database systems, namely MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle Database and Microsoft SQL Server.


Keywords: Relational database management system, Seasonality, MySQL, Oracle DB, SQL Server

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Joh, H. 2020. Seasonality and Software Vulnerabilities in Major Database Management Systems. European Journal of Engineering and Technology Research. 5, 12 (Dec. 2020), 76-81. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2020.5.12.2273.