The facts and fiction around Windows security

Friday, 22 April 2005, 2:41 PM EST

With spyware, worms, and viruses continuing to grow in number, questions have arisen whether Microsoft has been doing enough to protect their users from these threats. Whenever a security flaw is discovered or a new virus has been release into the “wild,” some discussions on computer news forums and websites are usually geared toward blaming Microsoft for providing an insecure operating system. Windows XP users have the right to complain about the security issues that surround Windows XP, however it is not like Microsoft is not trying to improve the security situation in Windows XP.

By Chris Ward at Desktop OS.

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