Re: UAC not a "security boundary."
Good article, and good video, thanks to both of you.
"James R. Gentile" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Does anyone know, why MS does not consider UAC to be a security boundary?
> And what are the trade-offs involved with making it one? Is it not
> possible to make it a security boundary? It seems kinda anti-customer to
> say "if we find a security exploit in our code (in UAC) we won't fix it,"
> doesn't it? I wish this would be fixed in Windows 7, but I admit I don't
> understand all the issues involved, so any help would be nice.