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Know more about Windows 7 security features

Want to know more about Windows 7 security features? or likes to know how a malicious PDF document trigger a vulnerability in Adobe Reader without getting opened?, you must read the June 2009 issue (Issue 21) of (IN) SECURE magazine. This free e-book bring you detailed information on Windows 7 Security features such as Secure Startup, BitLocker Drive encryption, Applocker for controlling applications, UAC, etc, information on malicious PDF files, a review of IronKey Personal, RFID, Wireshark, Nessus, and many more security related articles.

Following are some of the main chapters of this e-book.
1. Malicious PDF: Get owned without opening
2. Review: IronKey Personal
3. Windows 7 security features: Building on Vista
4. Using Wireshark to capture and analyze wireless traffic
5. "Unclonable" RFID - a technical overview
6. Secure development principles
7. Q&A: Ron Gula on Nessus and Tenable Network Security
8. Establish your social media presence with security in mind
9. A historical perspective on the cybersecurity dilemma
10. A risk-based, cost effective approach to holistic security

If you like to read this e-book you can download a free copy from Net


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