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From: ggilliss at netpublishing.com (Gregory A. Gilliss)
Subject: Microsoft Outlines New Initiatives in Ongoing Security Efforts To Help Customers

Why is it that, after reading this, all that I can think of is:

"Developers, developers, developers, developers, developers, developers, 
developers, developers, developers, developers, developers, developers, 
developers, developers, developers, developers, developers, developers..."

If they *just* did the *first* one, *half* of the s**t would go away ...

G

On or about 2003.10.09 10:55:19 +0000, Richard M. Smith (rms@...puterbytesman.com) said:

<SNIP> 
>     -- Improved patch management processes, policies and technologies 
>        to help customers stay up to date and secure
>     -- Global education programs to provide better guidance and tools 
>        for securing systems
>     -- Updates to Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP and Windows Server(TM)
>        2003 with new safety technologies that will make Windows more
>        resistant to attack even if patches do not yet exist or have
>        not been installed

-- 
Gregory A. Gilliss, CISSP                             Telephone: 1 650 872 2420
Computer Engineering                                   E-mail: greg@...liss.com
Computer Security                                                ICQ: 123710561
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