Microsoft shows next-generation security code
In addition to showing off its next-generation Longhorn operating system this week, Microsoft has for the first time handed out code that underlies its closely watched Next-Generation Secure Computing Base security technology.
The company also further narrowed its focus for NGSCB, previously known by its Palladium code name. The first version of the hardware-based security technology will be for specific business applications only, not consumer software.
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