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  • Spoofed email addresses

    Your email address can be spoofed by any person at any time. According to Windows security expert, Kevin Beaver, you should use digital signatures to prevent this.

  • Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 encryption for Remote Desktop

    Learn best practices for encryption of Remote Desktop in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 with this advice from Windows security threats expert Kevin Beaver.

  • Managing a password policy

    Sometimes, your password security policy doesn't enforce the rules exactly the way you want them to. In times like this, look to the password management advice Kevin Beaver offers here.

  • Aero transparency in Vista

    Find out why Windows Vista Ultimate reverts to Windows Basic with this advice from Windows security threats expert Kevin Beaver.

  • Pop-ups in IE are hijacking my homepage

    Annoying pop-up ads plague Internet users every day. Windows security threats expert Kevin Beaver offers some resources and advice on how to remove the spyware that causes these pop-ups.

  • Restricting user permissions in folders

    If you have a question about managing the permissions of a folder in your domain, this advice from Jonathan Hassell tells you how to set those permissions and prevent users from deleting that folder.

  • Cracking a hard drive password

    Windows hardening expert Jonathan Hassell explains what to do if you can't boot up a system equipped with Windows software and how to crack Windows passwords for hard drives.

  • Windows XP folder permissions management

    Windows XP administrators can keep users from moving vital folders with this advice from Windows hardening expert Jonathan Hassell.

  • Tools for storing passwords

    Windows security threats expert Kevin Beaver offers a suggestion on some tools for storing passwords.

  • Antivirus failing across multiple Windows XP accounts

    If your antivirus software stops running across multiple Windows XP user accounts, check out suggestions from Windows security expert Kevin Beaver about what to do.

  • Time to replace my hard drive?

    SMART stands for Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology and is a diagnostic tool built into computer to help predict hard drive failures. Kevin Beaver explains what to do when this begin...

  • Alternative encryption methods?

    Learn alternative encryption methods to prevent hackers from breaking into your notebook computer with this advice from Kevin Beaver.

  • Disabling CMD in Group Policy

    Windows networking security expert Wes Noonan explains how to fully disable CMD in Group Policy.

  • Making a Windows folder read-only

    Windows hardening expert Jonathan Hassell explains how to make a Windows folder that multiple users share read-only.

  • Hunt down a hacker

    If you have ever had a rogue user delete files from a server and want to find out who that person is, then piece of advice from Windows networking security expert Wes Noonan's might just be for you.

  • Prevent users from deleting files in shared folders

    Jonathan Hassell explains one of the functions of using Advanced Permissions.

  • What can cause Windows Firewall to automatically shut down?

    If your Windows Firewall automatically shuts down, find out how using multiple security measures can reduce its functionality from Windows hardening expert Jonathan Hassell.

  • Managing a single access pc in Windows network

    NETBIOS is necessary to setup a single access PC on a Windows network according to Windows networking security expert Wes Noonan.

  • Windows can remember your passwords

    Kevin Beaver explains how Windows can remember your passwords for you.

  • Managing multiple firewalls

    Windows security threats expert Kevin Beaver gives one suggestion on how to deal with multiple firewalls.