Microsoft denies Windows 7 perforated

A Microsoft representative denied the allegations that the U. S. National Security Agency (NSA) to install control technologies in Windows 7. "Microsoft has not and will not install" Backdoor: the Windows ", he's representative said in a statement to Computerworld. He noted that the contribution due solely NSA Security Compliance Management Toolkit, which was launched last month.

But since no one outside of Microsoft, if a secret government agencies and some clients are very large companies, which you can view the source code of Windows 7, most people have to believe in the words that Microsoft is not a gap in security that is built into the operating system.

Last week, an official told the Senate Subcommittee on Terrorism NSA and security that they are working with Microsoft to create Windows 7 to improve the security of Microsoft Windows Operating System 7. NSA involved in the development of Windows 7 this raises concerns that the NSA will establish a "back door" in Microsoft's code, which will help to track users and users to tap communications.
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