Microsoft Security Center hacked days after online security director states “Microsoft unlikely

July 12, 2011  •  Leave a Comment

Interestingly, the Microsoft search result poisoning exploit came just days after John Howie, senior director of online services security and compliance governance at Microsoft, told Britain’s Computing magazine that unlike RSA or Sony, Microsoft was extremely unlikely to be hacked by an advanced threat. “Sony was brought down because it didn’t patch its servers, it ran out of date software, and it coded badly. These are rookie mistakes,” said Howie. He likewise labeled RSA being exploited by a social engineering attack as a “rookie mistake.”

Read the full story here: http://www.informationweek.com/news/windows/security/231001352

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