Vista security discussions off to bad start

Friday, 20 October 2006, 11:03 AM EST

Security vendors looking to gain insight into Microsoft's plans for opening up the Vista operating system kernel were frustrated Thursday morning when a technical glitch kept many from joining the first online discussion of this issue.

"Oops," wrote Microsoft Senior Product Manager Stephen Toulouse in a blog posting on the subject. "We had a glitch where we sent out a messed up link. ... We're very sorry about that, it certainly was not intentional and we definitely see that was not a good thing for people to experience on such an important topic."

At InfoWorld.

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