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Researchers Complain About Un-Patched Windows Flaws

Apparently some security researchers aren't feeling the love (or anything positive at all, for that matter) from Microsoft and are fed up with that they perceive as repeated snubs by Redmond. So, what do they do? Form a group with a semi-clever four-letter abbreviation, of course. What did you expect, protests outside Microsoft's campus? That would have been a lot more fun, actually...

Posted by Lee Pender on July 08, 2010 at 11:56 AM


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