Posts Tagged ‘UAC’

  Windows Vista and Windows 7 power users have many ways to launch a command prompt or Windows command processor (cmd.exe) with administrator privileges, rights or credentials. It’s a security feature in Windows Vista and Windows 7 that comes with User Access Control (UAC) that all processes will launch in restricted mode unless users specifically […]

  You can download a w7 security benchmark from https://benchmarks.cisecurity.org/en-us/?route=downloads.multiform. In addition to the recommendations there you may want to:   1. Disable Teredo tunneling. http://www.mydigitallife.info/how-to-disable-tcpipv6-teredo-tunneling-in-vista/.   2. Unbind Client for Microsoft Network and Printer and File sharing from all network adapters.   3. Disable Remote Desktop service.   4. Disable UPNP device host.   […]