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The Register reports from the field:

The German foreign office and Bundeswehr are pulling the plugs on Microsoft software, citing security concerns, according to the German news magazine Der Spiegel. Spiegel claims that German security authorities suspect that the US National Security Agency (NSA) has ‘back door’ access to Microsoft source code, and can therefore easily read the Federal Republic’s deepest secrets.

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