Several classifications exist in the literature on software bugs. Classification of bugs in software systems is primarily based on the level of complexity and reproducibility. Bohrbugs and Mandelbugs are the two most common bugs present in most software systems. This paper studies the distribution of Bohrbugs and Mandelbugs in the Google Security Research Project (GSRP) and some selected software systems. Also, we studied the frequency distribution of bug-fix time reported in GSRP. Bug-fix time analysis is a critical study of bug reporting systems and for measuring software quality. For example, if bugs in a complex software system take a relatively long time to be fixed, the system may have some structural problems that would make it difficult to reproduce the bugs. This paper reports the distribution of various bugs, and bug fix time statistics. We also list the top 25 bug-fix times reported in GSRP.