Microsoft's Uphill Security Battle

Wednesday, 29 January 2003, 11:34 AM EST

Attention, users of Windows 2000 and NT domain controllers: You may have been compromised.

Yes, we're barely into 2003, and Uncle Bill's boys have already discovered a "critical security flaw." This one affects the Windows Locator service, which translates network names into the addresses of disks and printers on a local area network.

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