Microsoft to show off Vista at Hack In The Box conference

Wednesday, 12 July 2006, 12:20 AM EST

Microsoft Corp. plans to give a hacker conference in Asia an inside look at new security features on Windows Vista later this year, the organizer of the event said today.

The company's commitment to show off Vista to the hacker and security community is part of a long-term trend aimed at gaining greater feedback from users prior to product debuts. More and more software and hardware vendors are trying to weed out vulnerabilities before products go to market, and they often turn to the underground and above-ground security community for advice.

At Computerworld.

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