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  Changes to Functionality in Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2
Time: 00:00 EST/05:00 GMT | News Source: ActiveWin.com | Posted By: Robert Stein

In Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2, Microsoft is introducing a set of security technologies that will help to improve the ability of Windows XP-based computers to withstand malicious attacks from viruses and worms. The technologies include network protection, memory protection, safer e-mail handling, more secure browsing, and improved computer maintenance. Together, these security technologies will help to make it more difficult to attack Windows XP, even if the latest updates are not applied. These security technologies together are particularly useful in mitigation against worms and viruses. This document specifically focuses on the changes between earlier versions of Windows XP and Windows XP Service Pack 2 and reflects Microsoft’s early thinking about Service Pack 2 and its implications for developers. Examples and details are provided for several of the technologies that are experiencing the biggest changes. Future versions of this document will cover all new and changed technologies.

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#1 By 135 (209.180.28.6) at 12/23/2003 10:38:58 AM
What's the latest word on when SP2 will be released?

This SP2 is going to break things. I can already see that. But that's not bad, the changes being made here will dramatically increase security.

It's going to require some developers and support people to sit down and really think about what they're doing, which is good.

#2 By 116 (24.173.79.86) at 12/23/2003 12:19:52 PM
Wow, just read through this document and I can honestly say Microsoft is busting their tales on this one. They might not get everything right but they are certainly getting a lot better on security and for that I applaud them.

Keep up the good work MS and Merry Christmas all you activeWhiners! ;)

Peace,
RA

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