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  • backdoor.tidserv inf removal from Windows XP

    What's the best way to remove backdoor.tidserv inf from XP?

    Reggies90 pointsBadges:
  • Recording failed login attempts in security log for Windows XP SP3

    Can we record any other information in the security log about a failed log in attempt on a Windows XP SP3 desktop? And if so what other information and how can we get at it?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Deleting Password prompt in Windows XP

    Can you help me delete a system password that has been created? This password prompt appears prior to the system completing the booting up process.  Does not have anything to do with user accounts on the pc. 

    Adoption25 pointsBadges:
  • ntkrnlpa.exe in use when trying to install Windows XP security updates.

    I am receiving the following message while trying to install these two windows security updates: KB981852, and KB956572 - "the file c:windowssystem32ntkrnlpa.exe is open or in use by another application"

    Mdipadova5 pointsBadges:
  • Folder security in Windows XP

    I want to lock my folders. My system does not allow me to check the box "Make this Folder Private" Can you help me??

    Swpn5 pointsBadges:
  • USB drive virus on Windows XP SP2

    when u earlier used to insert my pendrive in the usb port a virus called autorun.inf used to pop up and none of the folders used to be visible only their shortcuts were visible and they didn't work. now the different files appear with different random icons though they stay in the same format. how...

    Panks5 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Office 2007 Installation

    I downloaded Microsoft 2007 Pro (full install, not an upgrade) onto a Dell laptop running Windows XP.  The download was from a 3rd party provider (which appears to be Chinese now that I've gotten the receipt). Everything works, but during the install, it made a change to the Windows .ini. file....

    Rew19565 pointsBadges:
  • Security auditing on a Windows XP machine

    Can I enable auditing on a Windows XP machine to see file access and security logging? What steps need to be taken to achieve this?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • How can I secure a Windows XP workstation that is open to port 80 and hosting a website using IIS

    How can I secure a Windows XP workstation that is open to port 80 and hosting a website using IIS? The box is on the DMZ of our firewall for the time being. We will probably move it inside the firewall and open port 80 to it shortly.

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Share folder security in Windows XP

    How can I share a folder in xp that doesn't require a username and password?

    Reggies90 pointsBadges:
  • Corporate spyware prevention

    What is the best corporate spyware prevention method? Software or hardware and what would you recommend for a 40-person all Windows XP shop? We have McAfee 8.7.1 with the spyware module but we are still contracting viruses and Trojans on a daily basis. Any suggestions?

    ITKE347,785 pointsBadges:
  • Windows XP starts up but hangs at background screen with no icons

    While in the middle of fixing some trojan infections I have found my XP service pack 3 PC is now starting up to the background screen and not displaying any icons. I am able to hit ctrl-alt-delete and startup task manager. There are no applications running. If I choose new task and enter...

    Bghp10 pointsBadges:
  • windows xp security tips

    i am going to be storing a windows xp sp3 based tower for a period of months while travelling. while the tower will be relatively secure, i'm unfamiliar with newer password cracking techniques, as i've never had to implement them. all sensative data on the machine is encrypted using fips algorithms...

    Redbird15 pointsBadges:
  • WIndows updates

    Windows Updates will download, but they will not install. It goes through the process, but it sends back and error that the updates failed to install. Then it goes back through the process again and again only to fail each time. How can I make the updates install?

    Connie96585 pointsBadges:
  • Wingows Guest Account

    I want to provide minimum priviliedges to "GUEST" account in windows XP service pack 2. I dnt want guest account to access my hard drive partition. does anybody know the solution

    Sidd30 pointsBadges:
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