Microsoft on its security response

Thursday, 8 April 2004, 1:39 AM EST

Microsoft has been hit hard by the revelation of possibly the biggest security flaw ever found in its products. A number of security experts, including Marc Maiffret of eEye security, whose company discovered the vulnerability, have scolded Redmond for waiting so long to reveal the flaw and release a patch. MCP Magazine asked Stephen Toulouse, security program manager, Microsoft Security Response Center, about the flaw and resulting controversy about the time delay.

By Keith Ward at Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine.

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