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Deduplicate the data.

When looking at the list of vulnerabilities for the Windows Operating System family. There are several duplicates.

For example: Windows 8 and Windows 8.0 are the same.
Windows Server 2003, Windows 2003 and Windows 2003 Server are all the same and need to be merged together.

http://www.cvedetails.com/product-list/product_type-o/firstchar-W/vendor_id-26/page-1/products-by-name.html?sha=6f611c9b9498ed87a578218d7cbca29b8db886b5&order=3&trc=33

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      • Jerry JacksonJerry Jackson commented  · 

        Yes I find this highly annoying and makes me pretty much disregard the site. If they can't even sort vulnerabilities together correctly, how can I trust the rest of the data is correct?

        Internet Explorer and IE are also separate.

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