Saturday, January 07, 2006

Palladium NGSCB; VISTA

Microsoft has dropped the code name of its controversial security technology, Palladium, in favor of "next-generation secure computing base." Microsoft unveiled Palladium sometime in summer 2002 with the goal of allowing companies to wall off data, secure communications, and to identify their systems and those of business partners.

Critics, however, argue that the technology can also be used to restrict access to data. For example, a text document could be restricted to being accessible by only the application that created it. To address the criticism, MS decided to release the source code of the core part of the software, known as the nub or nexus, so that others can verify it is secure and allz as per claim.

Microsoft Windows VISTA



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