In this article, we will look at Windows based Security tools that have always been heavily used on Unix based systems, and not used as often on Windows based systems.
SP3 includes a component called Set Program Access and Defaults, which lets end-users to control Microsoft's software like Internet Browsers and Email Clients. This article chronicles the fundamentals you need to know to install it, where to get it from and the changes it makes.
Windows .NET Server comes standard with Internet Explorer Version 6. You should be aware of the many security advantages you have with the new browser. This article, Robert Shimonski will show you what you can expect.
In today’s infrastructures, every performance gain you can get you should take. In this article we will look at three performance tweaks for ISA Server 2000 so you can make sure your ISA Server is running as optimized as possible.
Yeah, you’ve heard it a million times. How often you hear that IIS has been hacked, another unchecked buffer (the millionth one this year) and no, not another service pack or hot fix!
Well, I thought I would never see the day that Microsoft actually followed up with industry on reversing their infamous “everything open” mentality with their Operating systems when first installed. Before .NET Server, everything was open to everyone by default. In this article let’s look at the major difference in default security settings with the Everyone Group.