Re: Best 'ware to stop registry changes ... ?

From: Shane (
Date: 08/17/04

Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2004 19:34:35 +0100

"Julian Moss" <julian@invalid.invalid> wrote in message
> Thomas Lee wrote:
>> Rubbish. While Linux can be secured, it's not a magic panacea.
> Quite right. Windows can also be secured. Most of these problems would
> go away if people didn't run their machines all the time using accounts
> with administrator privileges.

You sound like you don't think anyone uses 9x anymore. Besides, running XP
except as an Admin is about as interesting as using an abacus. Which would
also work.


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