The devil's guide to Vista security

Tuesday, 2 January 2007, 3:06 PM EST

If you don't need protection from yourself, then here's a way around Vista's security measures.

Microsoft has spent time and millions to make Vista more secure and protect users from themselves. But you don’t need this hand-holding. You were infested with malware that one time, but it wasn’t your fault. You and your network are ready for Vista without the locks. Here’s how to fly.

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