1. Setting up Windows 2000 Radius to authenticate wireless 802.1x clients

    How to set up RADIUS on Windows 2000 so you can autheticate wireless clients... Read More

  2. Remove Administrative Shares

    Windows creates hidden Administrative Shares at the root of each drive and to the system root folder to allow administrators to remotely access the data. If a server or workstation will not be administered remotely or has no need for the Administrative Shares though, they should be removed so that they don't provide a potential attack vector for a hacker... Read More

  3. Enable Security Event Logging

    Installing an alarm system on your home or car can be an effective way of at least being alerted when some sort of intrusion has been attempted. Of course, they don't work very well when they aren't enabled. Windows XP comes with the means to detect and log security events so that you can monitor and respond to intrusions or... Read More

  4. How to Import a Third-Party Certificate into the NTAuth Store

  5. Manage W2K's EFS with EFSinfo

  6. Microsoft Security Notification Service

  7. Kerberos and Windows 2000

  8. Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access Group permission vulnerability

  9. Protocol Numbers and Assignment Services

  10. NSA Guides to Securing Windows 2000

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