OK. Kinda wierd how this is but the first time I tried to upload this vid, the computer crashed. Second time, the browser crashed. This is the third, and I’m going to leave it overnight….
SO. Anyway. This is a short video detailing some of the changes, and advantages to my new security implementation of Windows XP, now fully implementing and using Defender. The aim is to not be so tied down with policies and crap like that while still maintaining a secure setup and absolutely AVOIDING treating the machine as a trusted app.
IE or Opera is good to go in this setup. I very rarely if ever use Firefox and I’d never deploy it in business use, but, if you wish to do so and want advice, go ahead and ask I’ll see what I can do.
COMPUTER SECURITY VIRUS TROJAN BACKDOOR ROOTKIT LOGIC BOMB SPYWARE ADWARE MALWARE BLOATWARE MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP 2000 NT 98 95 DOS BILL GATES STEVE JOBS APPLE COMPUTER INC MACINTOSH IBOOK IMAC UNIX FREEBSD LINUX UBUNTU KUBUNTU XUBUNTU KERNEL PANIC FREEZE BIOS RAM HARD DRIVE PC VDU RAM PROCESSOR SECURITY MODEL INFRASTRUCTURE PRINCIPLE OF LEAST PRIVELAGES CIA – CONFIDENTIALITY INTEGRITY AND AUTHORITY MAINFRAME SERVER SWITCH ROUTER BROADBAND ETHERNET DIAL UP DIAL TONE HACK HACKER CRACKER WHITE HAT GREY HAT BLACK HAT SLACKWARE BOT BOTNET /ETC/ /BIN/ /USR/ MEISINSCOTLAND CELSIUS MEDION MIM2080 MICROSOFT OFFICE BLISS XP LUNA YOUTUBE WINDOWS LIVE MAIL
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