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Next time you get an error report from Microsoft on your office PC, you may want to think twice before sending the crash data.

A lot of valuable information about a network is transmitted unencrypted in an error report sent back to Microsoft, which leaves a company more vulnerable to an attack by hackers, according to Alexander Watson, the security research director at Websense.

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