Microsoft seems to consider banning memcpy(). This is an excellent idea - and along with memcpy, malloc() should be banned. While we are at it, the addition and multiplication operators have caused so much grief over the last years, I think it would make total sense to ban them. Oh, and if we ban the memory dereference, I am quite sure we'd be safe.
Banning API calls is not the same as auditing code. Auditing is not supergrep. Sigh.
And "we fuzzed, but it was wrapped in an exception handler" is crazy talk. The debugger gets first notification of any exception, before the exception handler - if you are fuzzing without noting down all the exceptions that occur, you're living in ... uhm ... 2001 ?
But either way: The problem is that people think Vista will be "safe", in absolute terms, which
is false. Vista is "safer", e.g. a number of bugs won't be useful any more. Because of the false perception of Vista being "safe", some people are now disappointed (because of ANI).
Enough ranting. Everybody take a deep breath, relax, and watch the game as OS X gets owned badly for the next two years.