Microsoft Talks How It Stopped Working On Windows In 2002 To Focus On Security

article, titled “Life in the Digital Crosshairs”, the company has shared more information about the early days of this remarkable effort to enhance and increase the security of its products. One month after the memo, Microsoft decided to stop development work on Windows in order to train its software developers on security — twice a day, five times a week, no prisoners. This phase, Microsoft says, ended up lasting two months. Normal service then resumed. But with the clearly evident benefit that subsequent Microsoft operating systems and software products became inherently more secure, with the newer ones offering almost watertight security, considering just how widely they are in use the world over.]]>

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