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Listed below are the hottest tips from SearchWindowsSecurity.com. This week, you can find tips on the using tougher NACs, setting your Windows security assessment expectations, User Account Control in Windows Vista, controlling Windows executables and pop-ups in Internet Explorer. If you need tips that cover different topics, check out our entire Windows security tip library.
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Internet Explorer 7 and its security issues
By Kevin Beaver and Jonathan Hassell, SearchWindowsSecurity.com contributors
Still relatively young, Internet Explorer 7 is not without its share of problems. Learn how you can prevent Internet Explorer 7 from randomly restricting your favorite Web sites as well as how you can securely operate with older versions of Internet Explorer.
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Office 2007: A look at its security features
By Brien M. Posey, MCSE
So what has Microsoft done to make sure that malware and other nasty intruders don't mess with your important documents? This tip explains some of the relevant security features in Office 2007.
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Creating your own Windows digital certificates: The risks and benefits
By Serdar Yegulalp, Contributor
Perhaps you've considered generating your own digital certificates for your Windows system, but you weren't sure how safe that would be. This tip outlines the risks and benefits involved in creating your own certificates.
Are tougher NACs needed in your shop?
By Jonathan Hassell, SearchWindowsSecurity.com contributor
Do your NACs give your Windows system enough protection? Find out the reasons why you may need to implement tougher NACs in your environment.
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Setting your Windows security assessment expectations, step by step
By Kevin Beaver, CISSP and SearchWindowsSecurity.com contributor
You don't know everything about every system you need to test for security flaws. Get others engaged in security assessments; they'll be more likely to help you if trouble arises.
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