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Simple steps can tighten Windows 8 security
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Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 are arguably Microsoft’s most secure operating systems yet, but desktop administrators still need to understand how their new features work. Enterprise IT must also address persistent vulnerabilities and remember the continued importance of patching. A combination of built-in and third-party tools can help admins keep up with Windows 8.x security. In addition, organizations must be careful not to make too many assumptions about Windows 8.1 security and keep up with threats such as “pass the hash” attacks.
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- Five steps to maintaining security in Windows 8
- Avoid assumptions around Windows 8.1 security
- Windows 8.1 defends against pass the hash attacks
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