Microsoft Admits Malware Becoming Incurable

By | April 4, 2006

In another bold and somewhat obvious statement a spokesman for Microsoft suggested that business’ should consider investing in an automated system to wipe and reinstall Windows on machines as much of the malware coming out is considered incurable by MS.

Perhaps Microsoft should invest some money in better securing its operating system and spend less time sending users off to buy another piece of software. However I would imagine many business’ already use automated ghost image systems for setting up machines when they change owners anyways.

Or perhaps they could buy up a company like the one that makes DeepFreeze and integrate it into their workstation version of Vista? Thats probably the route I would take if I were making decisions for MS on these issues.