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Subject: Reporting Security Issues to Microsoft
From: Microsoft Security Response Center (secureMICROSOFT.COM)
Date: Thu Jun 08 2000 - 16:46:01 CDT
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Hi All -
Seems like there's been a recent increase in the number of postings
whose theme is "I reported this to Microsoft but never heard anything
back". In each case, we've checked our records but, in most cases,
found no record of the issue having been sent to the Security Response
Center. We answer every email, and track every report we receive, so
we believe that the reports in question may have been sent to other
email addresses at Microsoft.
While most folks at Microsoft know to forward reports of potential
security vulnerabilities to us, the best way to ensure that the right
people are on the case is to send the report directly to us here at
the Security Response Center by emailing to securemicrosoft.com.
There's specific information at
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/contact.asp, discussing what
kinds of issues we can help with. Look forward to talking with you.
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