Microsoft Corp. has again signaled its intention to take a more proactive stance on security as the issue continues to plague IE (Internet Explorer) and Passport and undermine the company's software development credibility.
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Raising questions about its security practices, Microsoft Corp. last week fought off two major Web site outages, claiming the first was due to an internal human error and the second was caused by hackers.
Although Microsoft maintains that the events were separate, some within the industry have doubts.
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