Microsoft can outline all the security plans they want. But nothing is going to be 100% (or even 80%) secure unless the end users to their part. Virus protection, be suspcious of all email, update your computer system at http://www.windowsupdate.com, and a firewall -just for starters.
Vnunet.com reads Microsoft chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates has outlined his company’s security strategy for the coming year.
In a letter to customers, Gates said security changes will be included in Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) and in server applications.
The long term will see the introduction of caller ID-style technologies for email and behavioural monitoring of software. (full story)
Also see Microsoft’s Security Guidance Center
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