Blame hackers, not Redmond, for cyberattacks

Editor's note: Who's the real villain when it comes to security vulnerabilities in Windows? Not Microsoft, argues SearchWin2000.com editorial advisory board member Larry Duncan. In a scathing rebuttal to news editor John Hogan's recent commentary, "Microsoft smears lipstick on a pig," Duncan points his finger at whom he sees as the true enemy of corporate IT and defends Redmond's new plans for enterprise patch management as a giant step in the right direction.

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