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From: lists2 at onryou.com (Cael Abal)
Subject: Security Watch Essay (was: (no subject))

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roberta bragg wrote:
| Here's an opportunity to be heard by a number of security interested
people,
| many of whom, don't subscribe to this list:

Just a heads-up to anyone considering responding to this call for
submissions:

The 'MCP' in 'MCP Magazine' stands for 'Microsoft Certified
Professional'.  The blurb next to the first News entry found at
http://www.mcpmag.com/security/ says this:

"Microsoft Beefs up Online Security Offerings
Perhaps no company in the industry is working harder than Microsoft at
making sure the public knows what steps to take to secure its products."

Their slant isn't subtle.  Although I sincerely hope this isn't the
case, I have a worrying suspicion that all we're going to see in
Wednesday's commentary by Ms. Bragg will be the fringe element, the
lunatics and kiddies hoping to see their names in the (virtual) paper.
Sadly, I just can't see a newsletter like Security Watch seriously
taking Microsoft to task for their security practices.

By all means respond, but please don't make the security community out
to be idiots.

Cael
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