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Google keeps up pressure, reveals three more Windows bugs

Gregg Keizer | Jan. 21, 2015
Microsoft won't patch the newest trio because they "offer no serious security implications."

"On balance, Project Zero believes that disclosure deadlines are currently the optimal approach ... it allows software vendors a fair and reasonable length of time to exercise their vulnerability management process, while also respecting the rights of users to learn and understand the risks they face," Hawkes wrote. "With that said, we're going to be monitoring the effects of this policy very closely -- we want our decisions here to be data driven, and we're constantly seeking improvements that will benefit user security."


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