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Published on May 6, 2011
(Part 2 available at the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MP7YxK...) In these two videos we are going to show how Ubuntu Linux and Windows 7 perform against a simple keylogger that is able to run without administrative (root) privileges. Looks like Ubuntu Linux does not perform any kind of UI isolation, leaving a simple keylogger that is ran without root privileges to steal root password even in a pseudo isolated box. Windows 7 (and Vista as well) is able to fully isolate processes for each user account, blocking any kind of keylogging malware from stealing data from an elevated process, thanks to the UIPI technology