Polygon has published a study that claims to show the prevalence of vulnerability in the internet.
The study says the number of vulnerabilities has grown significantly over the past few years, with the number in the past five years growing by 50 percent.
The study notes that this may be due to the increasing complexity of using the internet, as well as the increasing number of companies which are involved in building security and privacy products.
The researchers point out that the internet is increasingly used for business purposes, and that the prevalence in this context has been rising over the last decade.
They also note that the majority of vulnerabilities that have been found have not been fixed in a timely manner, and thus are not being reported to security companies or the wider community.
They say that this is because of the need for developers to use secure protocols and protocols which are often used in the browser, or other applications, to make them more secure.
The team behind the study points out that this type of data is not available to the general public because of privacy concerns, and as a result, it is not widely available.
They say this could lead to an underestimation of the amount of vulnerabilities on the internet because it is often overlooked that the vulnerability statistics are not available, and may therefore not include all of the vulnerabilities.