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What's Next on Microsoft's Security Agenda? - 8/21/2004 7:33:44 AM   
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Even though the Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) bits are done and in the midst of being disseminated, there's no rest ahead for Microsoft's security team.

Next up on the company's security agenda: Porting the pertinent SP2 security fixes to Windows Server 2003 and certain versions of Internet Explorer; introducing new patching technologies, including Windows Update Services and Microsoft Update; and rolling out Microsoft's next-generation "Active Protection" security technologies—starting with behavior-blocking technologies.

And that's not all. Microsoft also is working on its own antivirus offering, which it is expected to deliver as a service, as well as on new, hosted security offerings for small businesses.
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