Microsoft's patchwork mess Microsoft is trying to limit the length of time authors of malicious code have to inspect software fixes, to write and distribute malware that exploits the vulnerabilities, and to attack still-unprotected systems. But the process reveals a lack of attention to detail--and that's the bigger problem because it represents a glaring shortcoming in the company's Trustworthy Computing initiative. [via ZDNet]


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