The long term view: Microsoft's critical flaw

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London, UK - 11 February 2004, 16:30 GMT - In what has become a weekly occurrence and a departure from well scheduled monthly announcements, Microsoft has issued yet another critical update to repair a flaw which could give hackers complete control over multiple versions of Windows based computers. In the long term, these issues are lowering the trust of the public in computing vendors, internet based financial transactions and safe keeping of digital assets. The global economy is increasingly dependent on the computing and communications infrastructure, which in turn is highly exposed to Microsoft software.


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