Thursday, 5 December 2013

Microsoft Expanding Encryption to Protect Against Spying

Microsoft Security System
Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) will elaborate the use of encryption to defend customer data, following accounts that governments are intercepting data traveling between users and servers or between business facts and figures centers. The business will furthermore step up its lawful efforts to protect personal facts and figures and will make its programs code more transparent so customers can comfort themselves Microsoft’s goods don’t contain “back doorways” permitting access to their data, the Redmond, Washington-based software company said in a mail on its authorized blog today. The encryption enhancements will be completed by the end of next year, it said.

“We are taking steps to double-check governments use lawful process rather than technological brute force to access customer data,” Microsoft said. “Government snooping possibly now constitutes an ‘advanced continual risk’ alongside sophisticated malware and cyberattacks.” Yahoo! Inc. and Google Inc. have furthermore broadcast they’ll beef up encryption, following accounts of spying by the U.S. National Security Agency. The NSA has tapped fiber-optic twisted cords abroad to siphon facts and figures from Google and Yahoo, circumvented or cleft encryption, and presented weaknesses and back doors into coding, according to accounts in the Washington mail, the New York Times and the U.K.’s Guardian bulletin founded on documents issued by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.

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