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New Microsoft Security Service to Offer Timely Guidance
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/07/2005 11:14:00 AM.

Microsoft plans to unveil a new security advisories service next Tuesday as part of an aggressive long-term effort to revamp the way it reacts to publicly reported software vulnerabilities.

The pilot project, which is independent of the scheduled monthly security bulletins, represents a major shift in the way the Redmond, Wash.-based software maker communicates with customers when information on security flaws is published by grey hat hackers and private research outfits.

The new offering, dubbed Microsoft Security Advisories, gives engineers at the MSRC (Microsoft Security Research Center) an outlet for providing instant feedback, guidance and mitigations when researchers jump the gun and release vulnerability details before a patch is available. It is meant as a bridge to provide information and guidance in between the time a flaw warning is released and a patch is ready for the monthly security bulletins.

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