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Windows 7: Microsoft listens, changes UAC behavior in Windows 7

06 Feb 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Microsoft listens, changes UAC behavior in Windows 7

Long Zheng and Rafael had come up with proof earlier that malware can turn off UAC in Windows 7. Later Microsoft responded insisting that this is by design and actually not a bug. Microsoft has finally agreed to do changes to the Windows 7 UAC and deliver the changes to the Windows 7 Release Candidate.

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06 Feb 2009   #2

windows 7 / windows vista / debian linux

Glad to see Microsoft listening to a lot of the feedback from the general community
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