Category: Application Security
Published: September 2009
The much-heralded Windows Vista had a mediocre reception on its initial release, and never really took off despite great efforts from Microsoft to encourage hardware vendors to use it. Security upgrades included with Vista focused on visuals and certain speed improvements. But the platform introduced a number of new or improved security features, which were widely criticised.
In a response to the criticism, Microsoft showed that it was paying attention to the critics: with Windows 7.
This white paper runs through the most significant changes and how these translate to administrators and users.
Rating: + 4
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