“Hacking Windows 8 Games” Article Hits the Net, Posted by Nokia Employee

Justin Angel, a Nokia employee. Angel adds at the end of the now-offline article: We’ve seen a myriad of issues and offered potential fixes to them all. Any mildly competent developer can productize these security attack vectors into shipping products. If Microsoft doesn’t take it upon itself to fix these security attack vectors it’s not because it couldn’t, it’s because it chooses not to. While it sounds like Angel was more trying to make a point about security flaws than anything else, that’s what happened. Instead an employee of Microsoft’s closest Windows Phone ally released information on how to hack and steal from the Windows Store. Needless to say, Nokia is probably now short one employee. I understand that there are security flaws in Microsoft’s Windows Store and new Start UI, but there are certainly more constructive and less stupid ways to address them then this. What do you think of Justin Angel posting this information? [ source ]]]>

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