Microsoft gives developers a security-patch deadline

07/9/2013 | Computerworld

The Microsoft Security Response Center has announced that any developers failing to patch "critical" or "important" security flaws in their applications within 180 days will get the boot from its online store. The policy also includes Windows, Office or Azure apps. The MSRC said that it might make exceptions at its discretion, "such as when issues affect multiple developers or are architectural in nature, where such action is prohibited by law."

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