Vista Has "Great" Security

Aron Schatz
April 4, 2007
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The latest critical Windows patch proves it. Vista is a flop and always will be. I've switched over many of my systems to flavors of Linux and plan to move them totally this year.


"As far as software vulnerabilities go, Vista's cover is blown," said Nand Mulchandani, a vice president at Determina, the company that discovered the latest security bug. "It is not Superman; it is just a human being. It is just software. Vista is going to be very similar to the other operating systems Microsoft has delivered in terms of bugs." Microsoft officially launched Vista for consumers in January, promoting the operating system as the most secure version of Windows yet. It is the first client version of Windows built with security in mind, meaning that it should have fewer coding errors that might be exploited in attacks, Microsoft has said.


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