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Insecurity complex for Microsoft

A chill descends on Redmond's antivirus confabs. Also: From Patch Tuesday to "zero-day Wednesdays."

A sense of unease descends on Redmond's antivirus confabs. Also: From Patch Tuesday to "zero-day Wednesdays."

Chills at Microsoft's security huddle

For years, leading antivirus researchers have met quietly with the software giant. Now there's unease as Redmond turns into a rival.
July 24, 2006

Perspective: Zero-day Wednesdays

Why are attacks via unfixed flaws coming out the day after Microsoft's Patch Tuesday? Think corporate espionage, CNET editor Robert Vamosi says.
July 24, 2006

blog Blame it on the open-source product's youth as cryptography experts create viruses that hit home.
July 24, 2006

podcast It's no secret that the company faces a challenge from Microsoft's moves in the security space. Could the critique be a sales pitch in disguise?
July 21, 2006

Vista Views: Symantec's bug hunt

Readers respond to Symantec's discovery of weaknesses in the Windows Vista beta software.
July 20, 2006

Microsoft irons out security patch

Fixes glitches in delivery and installation of an update sent out last week in its monthly security bulletin.
July 19, 2006