Microsoft battles against security failures

Tuesday, 6 July 2004, 2:27 PM EST

Two and a half years after launching its Trustworthy Computing initiative, Microsoft is finding its products the target of escalating attacks.

The company is claiming that it is doing everything in its power to defend itself, however users are looking for reassurance that Trustworthy Computing will pay off, and quickly.

"They've launched this Trustworthy Computing campaign and they are still issuing all these patches. They shouldn't make things so complex. When is it going to get better?" asked software developer Michael Kranawetter at last week's Tech Ed conference in Amsterdam.

By Scarlet Pruitt at Computer Weekly.

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