Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 27th May 2006 17:26 UTC, submitted by Ricus
Windows "Windows Vista Beta 2 includes a new defense against buffer overrun exploits called address space layout randomization. Not only is it in Beta 2, it's on by default too. Now before I continue, I want to level set ASLR. It is not a panacea, it is not a replacement for insecure code, but when used in conjunction with other technologies, which I will explain shortly, it is a useful defense because it makes Windows systems look 'different' to malware, making automated attacks harder." On a related note, Microsoft is having difficulties in reaching parity between the 64bit and 32bit version of Vista concerning the amount of drivers shipped.
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RE: good ?
by captain_knobjockey on Sat 27th May 2006 19:16 UTC
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Yeah, I agree, blogs are peoples personal accounts. And this one, from an employee of Microsoft would be, lets say, tainted.
If the author gave too much truth, then he would be an ex-employee

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