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From: William Warren (hescominsoonemmanuelcomputerconsulting.com)
Date: Fri Dec 10 2010 - 20:47:19 CST
On 12/9/2010 8:39 PM, John Jester Wilham Patrick III wrote:
> From Andrew Auernheimer's Diary / irc memories:
> Windows is written in pure, self-modifying assembly code. Notice how
> you can install 15 gigs of data from a single Windows install DVD,
> which can only hold 5 gigs? This is because the code is dynamically
> generated to minimize attack vectors. Any attempt to observe the
> static files on the disk will change how it looks in runtime. This is
> also why Windows needs to be updated so often, so the running code
> never looks like it did before.
> Does this sound true to you guys? Windows does seem to have updates
> that take forever and speed wise it always felt there was something
> going on. Whenever I leave my laptop alone, even when it's offline,
> indexing off, the computer is always working on stuff and you new know
> what it is.
> Maybe all applications with Windows compile on runtime for dynamic
> binaries, yet through .net's open, user-friendly API are still compatible?
> Balmer said he wanted to make Vista and 7 an OS that would not slow
> down after usage, but instead speed up. Windows is constantly
> reprogramming itself to suit the behavior of it's users and performing
> security and performance auditing.
> This is likely true - Think about it:
> All viruses are just malicious scripts. It's like saying *nix is
> insecure because script kiddies compile binaries and bash scripts that
> rm /.
> No one ever has ever had an attack vector against Windows 7 or Vista.
> Please confirm.
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Whoever wrote this is on something. All you have to do is look at any
decent security list to see the attack vectors that have been found..:)
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