Insecurity starts at home

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 Insecurity starts at home

Stop bashing Microsoft and take a closer look at the applications you write in-house, advises Gunter Ollmann

Over the past few months, I have had a number of discussions with clients at open forums relating to software vulnerabilities, and what can be done for long-term protection or risk management. A point often made by participants is that "our biggest concern is that Microsoft's software is full of ...

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