Mohammad Afroze Abdul Razzak, age 25, is a captured member of the al-Qaeda terrorist network who says that terrorists infiltrated Microsoft and sabotaged their Windows XP operating system.
Razzak was arrested by police in Bombay, India on October 2nd. He admitted to helping plot terrorist attacks in India, Britain and Australia. During his interrogation, he also claimed that members of Osama bin Laden?s al-Qaeda network, posing as computer programmers, were able to gain employment at Microsoft and attempted to plant ?trojans, trapdoors, and bugs in Windows XP,? according to Ravi Visvesvaraya Prasad, a New Delhi telecommunication consultant.