Security focus or not, can an unrepentant Microsoft be trusted?

Monday, 12 April 2004, 11:09 AM EST

Microsoft is working hard to make good on the promises making security job #1, and with Windows XP Service Pack 2 just a few months away we're all looking forward to this very important first step.

But the Washington Post's Rob Pegoraro wonders if "no-regrets Microsoft" is really worthy of being trusted again. Questioning Ballmer on whether or not the company regrets its early no-holds-barred feature development pace, Ballmer essentially said "no.

By Ken "Caesar" Fisher at Ars Technica.

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