Security and Win2k
Posted on: 01/26/2000 03:00 AM

PCWorld took a long look at the new security features in Win2k and posted their thoughts. How secure is it? Here's a snip...
Security experts say the sheer size and complexity of the operating system means it will contain a large number of bugs that could open up security holes.

Microsoft also announced that Windows 2000 will ship to international customers with 128-bit encryption instead of 64-bit encryption, reflecting the U.S. government's recent decision to lift encryption export controls.





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