[Full-Disclosure] Microsoft plans tighter security measures in Windows XP SP2
guninski at guninski.com
Fri Oct 31 16:13:35 GMT 2003
quote from the m$ crap:
>'Additionally, Microsoft is working with microprocessor companies to >help Windows support hardware-enforced "no execute" (or NX) on >microprocessors that contain the feature.'
>Although the only currently shipping processor families with >Windows-compatible hardware support for execution protection are the >AMD K8 and the Intel Itanium Processor Family, it is expected that >future 32 and 64-bit processors will provide execution protection. >Microsoft is preparing for and encouraging this trend by supporting >execution protection in its flagship Windows operating systems.
There have been linux solutions for this for years.
Apparantly m$ can't make it themselves and need help from "microprocessor companies", lol.
On Fri, 31 Oct 2003 14:26:17 +0100
"Helmut Hauser" <helmut.hauser at intraplan.de> wrote:
> Very interesting MSDN Article:
> Helmut Hauser
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