Monthly Archives: December 2009

Changing the RDP listening port on Windows Server

Remote desktop protocol (RDP) is the de facto administrative console access, and it may be necessary to make it even more secure by changing the TCP port used for the network access. RDP transports on TCP 3389 by default for … Continue reading

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Monthly Malware Statistics: November 2009

  Malicious programs detected on users’ computers The first Top Twenty lists malicious programs, adware and potentially unwanted programs that were detected and neutralized when accessed for the first time, i.e. by the on-access scanner. Position Change in position Name … Continue reading

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Five rules for protecting Windows with antivirus software

he best rules of thumb for virus protection on MS Windows are the same as they have been for years. Good antivirus software is a critical part of any Microsoft Windows system that communicates with other computers, particularly if it … Continue reading

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Insert voice comments into a Word document

We use Word to share information and ideas via the written word, but there’s more to Word than that. When something doesn’t lend itself well to the written language, you can insert a voice comment. For instance, you might want … Continue reading

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