Six years after scrambling to lock down Windows and having challenged security vendors on home turf with Windows Vista, Microsoft is calling for a "dialogue" over online security and privacy. Chief research and strategy officer Craig Mundie told RSA Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Initiative has, since 2002, laid the …
So after firing the lifeguard they realise that they can't swim. Sooooo typical.
It's actually a smart move. This way vendors will come to Microsoft in order to get a piece of the pie. Before there was really no pie.
Those who don't know UNIX are destined to recreate it, eventually!
Before anyone can take software and systems management seriously on the antiquited Windows Platform, it needs a proper package management system, like those found on Linux and Unix systems, this ad-hoc InstallShield idea provides no basis for system continuity, system consistency, system security, system reliability or system stability.
Sadly it still seems that MS STILL hasn't realised that along with their baby you get the sh1tty nappies - and expects everybody else to clean up the mess.
Another oxymoron! Enough said.
Maybe if they got rid of internet explorer and its nasty hooks back and forth in the operating system it might help.
I can see the future now...
Microsoft will be proposing another ISO standard through ECMA, this time to instantiate Windows Live OneCare as the "interoperability standard" for system security.
Queue up to the right for reaming with a "jimmy hat" (the IP protection racket "promise"), to the left without...
Okay.... so they:
a. Compete with 3rd party security vendors
b. Restrict third party security vendors access to the Operating System kernel
c. Delivered a SP only just recently which effectively disables those 3rd partys products
And now they want their help?? Bawhahahahahahaha....
For all the people who give Apple sh't you never see them doing anything quite *as* stupid as this!
If billwg is the devil Mundie must be the anti-christ
Either Craig or Ballmer, take your pick.
Considering his past actions I think Craig hates IT people almost as much as Gates but more than Ballmer.
Perhaps one could think of...
Gates/Ballmer/Mundie as the unholy trinity (Satan/Antichrist/False Prophet). Mind you, the real unholy trinity probably makes the Microsoft crew look like naive never gonnabes :P