Windows Vista Receives More Malware Attacks
Microsoft's Vista operating software has been found to be more vulnerable to malware compared to Windows 2000. Though the system is 37% more secure as compared to Windows XP, it is still more exposed to the attacks, according to security provider, PC Tools, which finds the vulnerability financially beneficial to itself, as reported by HackintheBox on May 9, 2008.
According to Simon Clausen, CEO, PC Tools, research conducted on the basis of statistical data from more than 1.4 Million computers under ThreatFire community has revealed that Windows Vista is more vulnerable to malware as compared to Windows 2000 operating system developed in 2000. It is also merely 37% safe...
» SPAMfighter News - 14-05-2008
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