Windows Vista, how to fly with all the safeties off
Microsoft, as you probably know, has spent a lot of time and millions of dollars to make Windows Vista more secure and ultimately to protect users from themselves.
But you, you've been using computers for years, right? You don't need any of this hand holding. You were infested with malware that one time, but that wasn't your fault. And no one has noticed the eight toolbars in your browser whose origin you couldn't explain.
Oh, and your significant other was very understanding about Blaster causing you to work 80-hour weeks cleaning up a software wasteland.
You and your network are clearly ready for Vista without the locks. Here's how to fly with all the safeties off. The Devil's Guide to Windows Vista Security
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