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By Andrew StormsThe year was 2001. Code Red, the Microsoft Web Server worm was running rampant and underscored every security professional’s perception that Microsoft products were both a necessary evil and a serious security liability.
Fast-forward to nine years later. Microsoft products still contain more than a few nasty bugs, but the company is more likely to be considered a valued partner than a security liability by the security community.