Report: Microsoft dominance poses security risk | CNET News.com
Now, here's a tyre shredder in the path of M$'s drive on security. In their defence, security through obscurity is not security: sure, their OS is a target, but that's a reason for them to fix things. Most security experts will tell you that if you want real security, look elsewhere. I suppose their concern is that people don't realise how unsecure their systems are with M$ products.