Windows users: drop your rights

Wednesday, 19 April 2006, 2:26 AM EST

Security Fix has advised Microsoft Windows users in the past about the importance of running everyday software applications under user accounts that do not have the power to install programs or modify the underlying operating system in any way. The reason is simple: Spyware and other unwanted programs have a much harder time getting their hooks into your system if the current user lacks installation privileges.

At Security Fix.

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