Microsoft Windows 2000 unfixable flaw

eEye CHO (Chief Hacking Officer), Marc Maiffret, has announced the second Microsoft advisory this week.

“You can’t turn this [vulnerable] component off,” Maiffret said. “It’s always on. You can’t disable it. You can’t uninstall.”

Microsoft is looking into the issue and will respond to the advisory after some research into the problem.
SecurityFocus < VNUNet, WinBeta

  • it really seems as if nothing microsoft does is correct. i know this is almost a fact but with the new vista coming out it is really smacking me in the face. i am one who always upgrades microsoft products but i may just stay with XP and consider other OSs…

  • it really seems as if nothing microsoft does is correct. i know this is almost a fact but with the new vista coming out it is really smacking me in the face. i am one who always upgrades microsoft products but i may just stay with XP and consider other OSs…