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After a week of rampant hacking at the Black Hat and DEF CON security
conferences in Las Vegas, one operating system escaped unscathed:
Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 8. Yes, Windows 8 – you read that right. It
is looking like Microsoft’s creation will be the most secure desktop OS
out there – and perhaps the most secure mobile OS, too.
the last year, it has become very clear that Windows 8 would move away
from the desktop style of doing things – where the user is ultimately
responsible for system security – to a sandboxed, kid-gloves mobile
model, where the OS does everything in its power to prevent you from
installing malware or bricking your device…