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  • Do Windows antivirus tools use API Hooking to protect files?

    From what I understand, antiviruses hook to a file, accesses it and scan the files, and if necessary, make the file inaccessible to protect the system. Is this done via API hooking or some other methodology?

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  • Working on getting into the field…

    Hello anyone and everyone! My name is Marty and I am working on getting into the Information Security field so I have a lot of questions. For now though, I will post just this one to start. I am 45 and a Disabled Veteran starting late, obviously, getting into the field, so what are the most...

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  • Secure data transmission

    What's the best solution for a company that wants to securely receive documents from other business partners electronically. The company in question frequently receives documents containing financial information from other external entities. The company would like to ensure that the documents being...

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  • Dynamic Memory and in-process memory is it the wave of the future

    What is the prospects for Microsoft's Dynamic Memory and in-memory processing and impact on security? From the blogs and industry newsletters, it sounds too good to be true.  Analyzing data before storage and the new solid state devices appears to be the answer to cost of storage and the...

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  • Data Security

    there is a shared folder in my domain, some domain users have read & write permissions. but now they can copy the files in this folder to their PCs. Now i need them to read & write without ability to copy these files, How can I do this? Thanks for your time?

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