Security Vendor Bypasses Microsoft's Vista PatchGuard
Security software maker Authentium says that it has created a new version of its flagship product that circumvents the PatchGuard kernel protection technology being added to Microsoft's next generation Vista operating system.
The company, based in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., maintains that it has built a version of its Authentium ESP Enterprise Platform that can bypass PatchGuard without setting off the desktop alarms produced by the security feature when the Vista kernel is compromised. Security Vendor Bypasses Microsoft's Vista PatchGuard
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