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Microsoft’s New Plan For Keeping the Internet Safe

February 15th, 2011 02:47 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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itwbennett writes “Microsoft Corporate Vice President for Trustworthy Computing Scott Charney used to think it was the responsibility of ISPs to keep hacked PCs off the Internet. Now, he says the burden should be on consumers. Speaking at the RSA Conference, Charney suggested that the solution may be for consumers to share trusted certificates about the health of their personal computer: ‘The user remains in control. The user can say I don’t want to pass a health certificate,’ he said ‘There may be consequences for that decision, but you can do it.’”

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