An organisation backed by Microsoft, Cisco and Intel is arguing against the promotion of open-source software by the US government.
The US Defense Department has been told it should think twice before embracing open-source software by the Initiative for Software Choice, which counts Microsoft, Cisco Systems and Intel among its backers
Source: The Inquirer
A WEBSITE HAS PUBLISHED details of how it believes the Microsoft Network Operation Center was hacked.
It all started, says the site, "when I found a security vulnerability in Microsoft ISA Server which is a Microsoft security software. I emailed this security vulnerability to Microsoft Security Response Team which caused a twenty-email traffic.
Microsoft took a public file server offline Tuesday after Internet users discovered that the system contained scores of internal Microsoft documents, including a huge customer database with millions of entries.