Microsoft turned to NSA for Vista security help
Microsoft has confirmed and elaborated on the role the National Security Agency played in helping secure the firm's Vista operating system, according to a report in Tuesday's Washington Post.
The eavesdropping and code-breaking agency has some of the best cryptographers in the world, and the NSA detailed a team to work with Microsoft on the new operating system, which is expected to be used eventually by hundreds of millions of computer users.
At the EE Times.
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