Thomas Hallgren wrote:

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Unfortunately, these permissions are also the same permissions that allow
power users to:
 ? Introduce Trojan horses that, if executed by administrators or
   other users, can compromise system and data security
 ? Make system-wide operating system and application changes
   that affect other users of the system

Kind regards,

Thomas Hallgren

That pathetic thing called "Windows security" is getting to me. It is close to impossible to create a "user", and once created, this user will not be capable of actually doing anything.

Very flexible, very granular permissions system result in making it impossible for someone, us in this case, to find out whether we are over-priveleged.

Well meaning, but horrible system, with even more horrible results.


Shachar Shemesh
Lingnu Open Source Consulting

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