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In an interview at Black Hat 2010, the software giant said it doesn't see the need to join Mozilla and Google in paying security researchers who discover bugs in its products. It also announced a new mitigation toolkit and a partnership with Adobe.
Vulnerability researchers once operated from the basement, disclosing flaws to the dismay of an affected vendor. Now they are working in corporate settings with vendor cooperation.