As Microsoft embraces a corporate-wide Trustworthy Computing initiative, more people are finding themselves on the losing side of a relationship.
 Bill Gates last year sent a memo to staff and customers laying out Microsoft's mission to make Windows software more trustworthy. But the time, money and people required to apply security patch after patch after patch shows that Redmond has a long road to hoe to fix their problem -- if, in fact, they can fix it at all.
Microsoft has to do more than declare a strategy in order to earn the trust of computer users and corporate customers everywhere.
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