Microsoft acknowledges vulnerability in Vista

Friday, 22 December 2006, 9:47 PM EST

A vulnerability that affects four versions of Microsoft Corp.'s operating system, including Vista, doesn't appear to pose a great risk, according to one security vendor.

Microsoft's security blog said proof-of-concept code that targets the Client/Server Runtime Server Subsystem has been publicly released. The CSRSS performs functions such as launching and closing applications.

At Computerworld.

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