Microsoft calls out Google for revealing details of bug just before it rolled out a fix


Microsoft has strongly criticised Google for disclosing a serious bug in Windows 8.1, two days before it was due to issue a fix. Google revealed the security flaw this weekend. It did so because the rules of Project Zero, its security research project, say it should make bugs public 90 days after it reports them to the company affected. Microsoft was notified about the issue in question on October 13th 2014. Microsoft is annoyed because it had asked Google to hold off publishing details of the bug before it pushed a fixed on one of its regular Patch Tuesdays this…

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