Microsoft yesterday released details of yet another vulnerability in versions of Windows, but some security experts are dubious about the contents of the patch for Windows 2000.
The flaw in question is in the Windows kernel and affects XP, NT and 2000. Labelled as 'important', the bug affects the way the kernel passes error messages to a debugger.
Source: The Age
The number of sites running Windows Server 2003 is already more than the number running Solaris 9, even though the former has not yet been formally launched, the latest monthly web server survey from Netcraft has found.
WindowsForDevices.com reports that Microsoft Corp. "dropped the other shoe" today, as it were, announcing the first source code sharing program for its Windows CE embedded OS that allows developers and manufacturers to actually redistribute modified OS code in real products.