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Humor: A Better View of Microsoft Security

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Ordinarily I don't pay any more attention to Microsoft than I have to, but this was too funny to ignore: A Better View of Microsoft Security?; Microsoft to expand its Trustworthy Computing in a bid to help users and vendors understand security risks.

Sean Michael Kerner is an excellent reporter, and gives the impression of keeping a straight face as he wrote this article. It may be that he did; I know I would not have been capable of writing it as a straight news story. Allow me to share a few choice quotes:

"Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing initiative debuted in 2001 as an effort by Microsoft to restore trust in Microsoft's security practices. One of the items that came out of the Trustworthy computing initiative is Microsoft's monthly patch Tuesday update...

"Reavey explained that Microsoft will look at classifying vulnerabilities into three broad buckets...

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