At Microsoft, Interlopers Sound Off on Security - New York Times: "It was clear from the presentations that Microsoft still has work to do to secure its programs, which are the most widely used on the Internet. But it was also the consensus of those attending that the company might have made progress in slowing the deluge of viruses, worms, spam and spyware that plagues its customers.
'It's not perfect, but compared to the competition, they've made significant progress,' said Dan Kaminsky, a prominent independent computer security researcher who attended the meeting. "
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