Microsoft invites hackers back for Blue Hat

Thursday, 10 May 2007, 10:33 AM EST

Microsoft is once again inviting members of the hacking community into its Redmond, Washington, campus to show the software giant where it's gone wrong.

The company's latest Blue Hat conference kicked off Wednesday with talks on mobile security, hardware hacking, Microsoft's security tools and the underground vulnerability economy.

At Computerworld.

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