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From Windows 9x to 11: Tracing Microsoft’s security evolution

In an interview with Help Net Security, cybersecurity expert Alex Ionescu acknowledged the significant advances Microsoft has made in its security across iterations of Windows. He highlighted the major security leaps from Windows 9x to Windows NT, Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, and Windows 10, and mentioned the secure-by-default model adopted by Windows 11. He also referred to Microsoft’s need for improved transparency regarding vulnerabilities and breaches to maintain trust.

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