Security vendor circumvents Windows Vista's Patchguard

Friday, 27 October 2006, 2:30 PM EST

Security researchers with Authentium have found a way to circumvent the Patchguard security technology that Microsoft has built into the 64-bit version of its forthcoming Windows Vista operating system.

Over the past months the Patchguard technology has been subject of a fierce debate between security vendors and Microsoft because it prevents some anti-virus software from functioning.

At vnunet.

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