Microsoft SPP the ultimate security risk?

Monday, 9 October 2006, 12:30 AM EST

While Microsoft is busily spreading the word about how it is going to crack down on pirate copies of Vista, there are some quite disturbing issues being raised by commentators and bloggers about the way the software company intends to go about its task. One of them is that Microsoft's zealous anti-piracy Software Protection Platform (SPP) could pose the mother of all security risks.

At IT Wire.

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