Trustworthy Computing must include browsers
What is Microsoft thinking of? The company’s laudable goals of Trustworthy Computing have seen great strides made in much of its software, its patching process is improving and security-specific products like ISA Server are getting steadily better. But the firm seems to be having huge difficulty fixing fundamental flaws in Internet Explorer, flaws that are being actively exploited by criminals, and is now considering abandoning standards in what appear to be increasingly desperate attempts to secure the browser.
Feb 12 2004 5:42PM