Microsoft reveals hardware security plans

Wednesday, 27 April 2005, 3:08 PM EST

Can trusted computing hardware deliver security without locking out competition, asks SecurityFocus's Robert Lemos.

The next version of Windows, codenamed "Longhorn," will have security features to take advantage of the trusted computing hardware now showing up in the marketplace, Microsoft executives announced on Monday.

By Robert Lemos at The Register.

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