Microsoft stirred up the leak scene recently when they managed to arrest Windows leaker Alex Kibkalo, with help from the FBI, of course. The former employee was sent to three months in prison. His arrest and subsequent sentence made headlines all over the world. And unsurprisingly, this led to groups that were leaking...

Alex Kibkalo is a name that will echo in eternity in the technology world. A former Redmond employee that spent 7 years at the technology firm, he was recently convicted for leaking Microsoft code. The man now has to spend three months in prison. But some new insights on the case reveal that the software titan was not...

Crime never pays, never has, never will. Remember Alex Kibkalo, the Microsoft leaker that made headlines a few months back after he was arrested for posting Windows builds online? It seems that a US court has finally made a decision on his sentence. According to reports in the Russian media, Kibkalo is to spend the...

More news about the Windows 8 content leak is floating up. It is perhaps the most interesting story of the day, full of stimulating twists and fascinating turns. Or not. It appears that the French blogger that Alex Kibkalo is reported to have leaked the code was the one that tipped off Microsoft about the leak —...

Time for some news that should have no trouble finding a place on tabloid pages. The new management over at Redmond seems to be keen on taking care of leaks. Software leaks, that is. News came out yesterday that Alex Kibkalo, a former Microsoft employee, was arrested on charges of leaking code from Windows 8 prior to...

Surprising as it may sound, but when it comes to software, and well computing in general, code security is the biggest factor of developers and companies. After all, source code is everything. And while large enterprises have elaborate measures and checks in place for this, incidents do happen. Microsoft is in the...