January 3, 2007

Tech-Dirt:-10 things you should know about Windows Vista's service hardening

Service hardening is one of many new security mechanisms in Windows Vista and the next generation of Windows server, currently known as Longhorn Server. Because it's not always desirable or possible to disable Windows services that provide attackers with an exploitable point of attack, the new operating systems include features that make it more difficult for service exploits to do damage.

Here are a few facts you should know about service hardening:


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