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  Monday July 2, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

Microsoft still won't pay researchers for disclosing vulnerabilities in its software, despite a growing legion of coders opting to do so. Is it still the right call?

Also today, Western Australian Government departments are tested for their resiliency to social engineering attacks. Find out how they fared.

-- Ry Crozier

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