How Internet criminals will evade Vista's safeguards

Tuesday, 8 May 2007, 12:40 AM EST

Think malware will fade away with Vista? Sorry. There's about as much chance of the thriving throngs of online criminals packing up shop as there is of Microsoft doing the same.

"Malware technology will evolve just like a business," says Vlad Gorelik, chief technology officer of Sana Security. "There are definitely improved protections [in Vista] with permissions control and things like that, but that type of protection could be overcome by malware."

At Computerworld.

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