Symantec Report IDs Holes in Vista Kernel Security
Anti virus market leader Symantec has published its third and final report in a series of studies meant to examine the security improvements being made by Microsoft in early versions of its Vista operating system; while lauding the software maker's efforts to lock down the kernel of the next-generation Windows OS, the security company did find several shortcomings.
As with Symantec's two previous reports, researchers at the company dissected portions of the beta versions of Vista already shared with the public by Microsoft. Symantec Report IDs Holes in Vista Kernel Security
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