Will new Longhorn security work?

Tuesday, 26 April 2005, 11:24 AM EST

Microsoft's finally coming forward with more detail on how it plans to fortify the latest version of its bread-and-butter operating system, so that all those nasty viruses, worms, and whatever can't get in and eat the bread and butter. You might have heard that the company plans to hardwire its computer security into the processor rather than rely on software alone; this new feature will make its debut in the next release of Windows (Longhorn), which will ship late next year.

By Chris Preimesberger at ITMJ.

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