Why UAC is (mostly) not a security boundary

Good article by Crispin Cowan, a security expert at Microsoft:

Making it possible for everyone to run as Standard User is the real long term security value.

It is unfortunate that Microsoft has done a poor job of articulating the purpose of UAC (User Account Control) in Vista, but good that folk like Cowan are doing it now.

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