Microsoft claims to have found no security vulnerabilities on its systems in its investigation of Xbox Live account theft. But the company left out the possibility that its own helpdesk employees might be to blame.
Microsoft on Wednesday issued a statement that it has found "no evidence of any compromise of the security of Bungie.net or our LIVE network." Instead, the company suggested, gamers who had their accounts stolen must have inadvertently given up confidential information.
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