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A look at Windows XP SP3 Beta

Posted on Saturday, October 13 2007 @ 08:37:52 CEST by


NeoSmart took a look at Windows XP SP3 Beta Build 3205. The site reports this new service pack doesn't only pack patches and hotfixes but also a couple of new features:
  • New Windows Product Activation model: no need to enter product key during setup. Thank God for that!
  • Network Access Protection modules and policies have been brought to XP after being one of the more-well-received features in Windows Vista. You can read more about NAP here.
  • New Microsoft Kernel Mode Cryptographic Module - the Windows XP SP3 kernel now includes an entire module that provides easy access to multiple cryptographic algorithms and is available for use in kernel-mode drivers and services.
  • New “Black Hole Router” detection - Windows XP SP3 can detect and protect against rogue routers that are discarding data.




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