Microsoft can't defend Windows Vista
Windows Defender for Vista has failed miserably when it comes to protecting users of Microsoft's latest operating system from a very basic attack.
The penetration of Windows Vista is increasing but all the signs point to users of Microsoft's new OS facing a very scary few months when it comes to security issues.
Vista has only been on the shelves for about a month but big businesses have been playing with the final release since December 2006. Microsoft didn't find it necessary to patch the new operating system in its most recent batch of patches, which were issued last week. ZDNet Australia: Blogs: Securify This!
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