Re: How secure is your Windows Computer?
Date: Mon, 3 May 2004 13:00:45 +0100
"mailbox" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Let's all go to our C:Windows Directory after we have made all of our
> files in this directory visible. Tell the group the names of the
> Folders and Files which show as a light color and let's discuss this.
> Dangerous code is always discovered in this directory and but you
> need to enable the Windows Features to (view or show) all Hidden
> Let's see how secure your computer actually really is!
I don't have a c:\windows directory!
I have a C:\WINNT. Is that any good?
When I try to view files in that directory it says my Administrator won't
allow me. Have I been hacked?
My other computer has \root \etc \var but no C:? I tried creating a \Windows
directory but it said I didn't have permission.
Please help me.........
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