Windows Source Leak Traces Back to Mainsoft

By Per Hansson
Feb 13, 2004
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  1. BetaNews has learned that Thursday's leak of the Windows 2000 source code originated not from Microsoft, but from long-time Redmond partner Mainsoft.

    The leaked code includes 30,915 files and was apparently removed from a Linux computer used by Mainsoft for development purposes. Dated July 25, 2000, the source code represents Windows 2000 Service Pack 1.


    Read more: eWeek
  2. Federelli

    Federelli Newcomer, in training Posts: 382

    Whoa you guys removed that insulting part of code comment, what happened?
  3. Julio Franco

    Julio Franco TechSpot Editor Posts: 6,524   +312

    I found it of somewhat bad taste and not too informative so I decided to take that down.
  4. Federelli

    Federelli Newcomer, in training Posts: 382

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