Microsoft confirmed the leak source Windows 10

This week the Beta Archive website has published the source code for Windows 10 on work USB drives and Wi-Fi. A Microsoft representative confirmed that these lyrics are taken from a Shared Source Kit and are genuine.

Initially it was assumed that the leak includes files total capacity of 32 TB, including those relating to the not yet released version of the OS. However, later it turned out that it is not so great and most of the files have already been published. They come in a package Shared Source Kit, available to partners and licensees of Microsoft under the Shared Source initiative.

Currently, the files are already deleted from the server Beta Archive, but who knows how many times they were downloaded. The source expresses concern that the source code can be used to find vulnerabilities in Windows 10 and writing malware.

Source: Engadget



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