posted by Thom Holwerda on Mon 22nd Jan 2007 23:10 UTC, submitted by Governa
IconMalware writers appear to be much further along in developing malware for Vista than the security industry is in making products to protect the new operating system. Speaking exclusively to IT PRO, Tim Eades, senior vice-president of sales at security company Sana Security said that 38 per cent of malware is already Vista-compatible. "Malware writers have gone through the WHQL list to make sure that their code works on new machines," he said. "They have managed to port code to Vista quicker than the security industry."
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