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.
Source: CNet News
Microsoft is promising customers that it will simplify the security alerts it routinely issues on problems affecting its products.
The company notified customers of pending changes to security alert bulletins in an e-mail sent Tuesday to the Microsoft Security Notification Service mailing list.