Sunday, March 30, 2008

Windows Server 2008 Security Troubles

The head of an IT security company in Argentina has already found holes in the upcoming Windows Server 2008, according to a recent report in eWeek. Cesar Cerrudo, founder and CEO of Argeniss Information Security in Parana, Argentina, says the flaws could lead to privilege escalation also in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.

What's disturbing is that Windows Server 2008 is being hailed as the most secure version ever of Windows. Cerrudo said while Windows security has improved over the years, these latest versions still have weak security models.


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