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Submission + - Microsoft denies NSA backdoor in software (delimiter.com.au)

daria42 writes: Worried about Microsoft's software, especially its server software, featuring a secret backdoor that can be accessed by US law enforcement agencies such as the National Security Agency? You're not alone. However, according to a statement Microsoft has given to Australia's national Parliament, which pinged the company on the issue, no such backdoor exists. "Microsoft has advised [the Parliament] that there is no backdoor within the Microsoft suite of products," the Parliament's IT staff said in a statement this month.
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