posted by Eugenia Loli on Wed 4th Jun 2003 23:10 UTC
Less than two months after launching its Windows Server 2003 operating system, Microsoft has released a security patch to fix a vulnerability that could let malicious sites run damaging code on the server. This might fair as a pretty good score for Microsoft and their massive Trustworthy Computing initiative, as in comparison, Red Hat Linux 9 had almost thirty security patches in two months.
Elsewhere, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer identified Linux and open-source software as key competitive challenges to the company in a memo sent to all employees Wednesday.
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