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Microsoft Offers Windows Azure Security Guidelines

This is kind of a developer thing, but it should be pretty interesting to anybody looking to build applications in Azure. Microsoft has released a set of guidelines on how to make sure apps built in Azure are safe. Guideline No. 1 (not really): Don't tell any Google researchers about any security flaws.

Posted by Lee Pender on June 16, 2010


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