Microsoft roots out Windows Home Server leak

Wednesday, 18 April 2007, 9:49 AM EST

Microsoft said late yesterday it had identified the person who had leaked the still-in-beta Windows Home Server to the Web. According to both the company and messages from the site where the beta was once posted, however, earlier reports that the leaker was a Microsoft MVP were incorrect.

Last week, several news outlets ran stories about a Microsoft investigation into a leak of the Windows Home Server (WHS) code to thehotfix.net Web site.

At Computerworld.

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