Windows Vista's hyped security will be tested

Wednesday, 31 January 2007, 12:15 PM EST

Computer hackers are off and running trying to find vulnerabilities in Microsoft Corp.'s new Windows Vista operating system, putting to test the software maker's claim that it is the most secure Windows program ever.

The new version of Windows, the computer operating system that runs over 95 percent of the world's computers, became available to consumers on Tuesday after five years of development and a number of delays to improve security.

At Reuters.

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