Microsoft: ‘Trusted Windows’ still coming, trust us

From TechRepublic:

After nearly a decade, Microsoft’s vision for how to protect especially sensitive information within Windows remains largely that–a vision.
For years, the software giant has promised to deliver a secure way to shuttle around key bits of information. Once known as Palladium and more recently dubbed the Next Generation Secure Computing Base, or NGSCB, the approach was once a key part of Longhorn, the next version of Windows. Although the first piece of that is arriving in Longhorn, it’s only a thin sliver of what Microsoft has been working toward since describing its idea of “trusted Windows” a decade ago.

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