An issue has been identified publicly where an attacker could use the speech recognition capability of Windows Vista to cause the system to take undesired actions. While this is possible there are a number of factors that make this “attack” very hard to pull off. In order for the attack to be successful, the targeted … Read moreVista Speech Recognition Hole
BitDefender, an award-winning provider of antivirus software and data security solutions, announced today the availability of BitDefender v10 security solutions for Microsoft Windows Vista based on 32bit. Available through BitDefender’s web site BitDefender Internet Security v10, AntiVirus Plus v10 and AntiVirus v10 offers solutions with a wide range of protection created for different needs in … Read moreBitDefender for Windows Vista 10.2
I know a lot of people were disappointed by the lack of a decent boot logo in Vista, so I’ve thrown together a tool that should simplify the process of creating the new high resolution boot logos! Your works of art need to be saved as 24-bit BMPs, and you’ll need to create them in … Read moreVista Boot Logo Generator
Deciding which Vista version to install can be a difficult decision and can really limit what you can do with your system. Here are practical hints which should help a user decide which version to install. I decided to write this guide after installing 64-bit and 32-bit vista systems on several test boxes. With the … Read moreIs it 32 or 64 Bit Vista?
Microsoft’s first update of its Windows operating system in five years contains some major changes from the previous version, Windows XP. SECURITY XP: Contains a built-in firewall and the ability to automatically download security software fixes. Vista: Microsoft’s most secure software ever has a built-in firewall, anti-“phishing” software and other features. New login requirements limits … Read moreWindows XP vs. Windows Vista
Proof-of-concept exploit code for a privilege escalation vulnerability affecting all versions of Windows including Vista has been posted on a Russian hacker forum, forcing Microsoft to activate its emergency response process. Mike Reavey, operations manager of the Microsoft Security Response Center, confirmed that the company is “closely monitoring” the public posting, which first appeared on … Read moreFirst Vista Vulnerability Surfaces