• Schneier: Microsoft still has work to do

    In the first of a two-part interview, security luminary Bruce Schneier talked about the "hype" of Windows XP SP2 and explains why it's "foolish" to use Internet Explorer.

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  • Microsoft’s CISO discusses security

    Karen Worstell discusses how she keeps Redmond and its products secure.

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  • Tighter code part of Microsoft security effort, Gates says

    Microsoft chairman Bill Gates offered some specifics on security, as well as a boost for business-process modeling, during a session Monday at the Gartner Symposium ITxpo.

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  • MS security: Too much information?

    Who's the winner in the IIS blame game? Microsoft thinks the security community itself is showing intruders where the unlocked doors and windows are.

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  • Microsoft sharpens security tools

    Microsoft plans to release updated versions of its SUS and Baseline Security Analyzer tools. These freebies are designed to help admins get a better handle on the generous supply of security patches and fixes that come down from "Mount Redmond."

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  • Should Microsoft, others share security pain?

    Some customers and IT experts attending the Microsoft Security Summit say vendors would create more secure software if they were held liable for security breaches.

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  • Quest ‘bet the farm’ on Microsoft’s security model

    While every software vendor must watch where Microsoft is going, doing so is critical for companies developing Windows management tools. That's why Quest Software Inc. of Irvine, Calif., hopes -- and perhaps prays -- that Microsoft can persuade administrators to move to Active Directory, Windows...

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  • Speech and security dominate in Gates’ appearances

    Bill Gates has been "on message" during his public appearances over the past couple of weeks, despite antitrust distractions from Europe, Japan and Minnesota.

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  • Microsoft to spotlight its white hat hackers in new blog

    Microsoft hired white hat hackers for their security expertise and is now spotlighting them for the public on a blog.

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  • Microsoft content chief rounds up security info

    Just about all of the content on Microsoft's Web site emanates from the organization led by Rich Kaplan, corporate vice president of content delivery. The group also oversees materials used in Microsoft's certification and e-learning programs. In an interview with SearchWin2000.com, Kaplan talked...

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