Microsoft has announced that they found out who leaked the Windows Home Server on the internet. Windows Home Server is currently at a beta stage.
When it was leaked from a website post, the person identified himself as a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professionals) and that information turned out to be incorrect.
“We take public distribution of pre-release software very seriously. The leak was unfortunate, and we took action to find the parties responsible. We’re happy to clarify that no MVPs were involved in this breach,” said Charlie Kindel who is a WHS product manager on the blog.
The software was supposed to be release this summer but Microsoft had not made any comments on whether they will meet their target release date.