Symantec cries foul over Vista's bolted down kernel

Friday, 11 August 2006, 2:07 AM EST

Security features in the Windows Vista kernel obstruct innovations by anti virus and other security applications, security vendor Symantec charged.

"If security vendors donít have access to the platform kernel, it cuts down on our ability to innovate and create compatible solutions," Oliver Friedrichs, director of emerging technologies in Symantec Security Response wrote on the company's website.

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