Microsoft bets big on Vista security

Wednesday, 30 August 2006, 12:06 PM EST

Microsoft's Vista developers can't catch a break these days. After years of warnings from security researchers that old code in Windows was creating security risks, the software giant decided to rewrite key parts of the operating system.

The result? Last month, Symantec published a report suggesting all of this new code will introduce new security problems.

At ARNnet.

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