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  • Windows Firewall Basics

    Mark Minasi is a best-selling author, commentator and all-around alpha geek. Mark is best known for his books in the Mastering Windows series. The following excerpt is from chapter eight of his newest book, Mastering Windows Server 2003 Upgrade ...  Continue Reading

  • Patch management: Are off-cycle, third-party patches trustworthy?

    Often, waiting for Microsoft to release a patch is a bother. One solution is to fix these vulnerabilities with off-cycle, third-party patches. But off-cycle patches are not without their own risks. Brien Posey describes potential problems from ...  Continue Reading

  • Debunking the "Blue Pill" Vulnerability Theory

    In the weeks since Black Hat, the "Blue Pill" vulnerability demonstration continues to raise concerns about the security of Windows Vista. But is this something Windows admins should be alarmed about? Jonathan Hassell lays out the facts about the ...  Continue Reading

  • Evolution of the VML flaw

    Since the beginning of 2006, IE and other Web applications have certainly received their share of time in the patching spotlight. Almost like clockwork, Microsoft's monthly patch release features a fix for their Web browser or some other ...  Continue Reading

  • Top 5 free Windows security downloads

    SearchWindowsSecurity.com features a download section where you can find free tools that help you crack passwords, remove troublesome spyware and enhance network security. Check out our five most popular tools and find out what you've been missing.  Continue Reading

  • Developing a Windows patch methodology

    Patch Tuesday doesn't always make the patch process carefree. Jonathan Hassell recommends developing a good patch policy to ease the pain of frequent patching. Read his list of the essential components of a good policy.  Continue Reading

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