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    Spanish spooks take a peek at Windows source code

    It's all over the spanish press: Windows has given the national intelligence center, CNI, access to Windows source code, in their own servers, under their own conditions.
    I wonder if this makes any sense at all. A single person taking a look at millions of lines, in Microsoft's own servers. What will he or she do? Grep for security hole. Really, software auditing is not a light task. Besides, what if he finds a security hole? Will Microsoft give the spanish govt a rebate on future purchases?

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    De: fernand0 Fecha: 2004-01-22 16:39

    I don't know why, but I'm not feeling more secure now 0:)



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