Schneier warns Microsoft over Vista security

Thursday, 27 April 2006, 10:19 PM EST

Security guru Bruce Schneier has warned that Microsoft will be making a mistake by overloading Windows Vista users with security alerts.

Schneier, who has written some of the most important books on cryptography and security practice, told vnunet.com at the Infosec show that users will become inured to constant warning messages and will stop reading them after a while.

At Computing.

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