Microsoft goes public with its hacker conference

Friday, 17 March 2006, 2:38 PM EST

Microsoft is going public with some of the hacking information recently discussed at its BlueHat Security Briefings event. On Thursday, just days after the end of its third BlueHat conference, the software vendor posted the first blog entries at a new Web site. Microsoft is also promising to publish more details on the secretive invitation-only event.

At PC World.

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