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With all the attention that spyware, phishing, e-mails, and corporate hackers get on any given day, we mustn't forget that good ol' Windows itself can be the source of a security hole. It turns out that Vista has a back door that could permit someone else to read any file on your hard drive, and the same problem exists in Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP. But don't expect a fix anytime soon. This bug is a "feature." Before you can copy files from one PC to another on your network, you need to share the folder containing the files.
The TechRepublic CIO50 list celebrates the most influential and innovative tech chiefs, voted by their fellow CIOs Microsoft introduced a personal firewall as part of the operating system with Windows XP. In its initial incarnation, it was known as the Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) and provided pretty rudimentary stateful packet filtering firewall protection. Renamed in XP SP2 to simply Windows Firewall, it received a number of improvements (most notably, it extended firewall protection to the startup and shutdown processes) but still provided only one-way protection, blocking inbound traffic.
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You are here: Home / Featured / Breaking In Windows XP Password Posted by Saurabh on July 25, 2008 · 116 Comments This post covers most of the ways of cracking windows XP users’ password. Method 1: If you have an administrator account (Not Guest)