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When you want to defend Windows Vista, it's good to know a PC Magazine expert.
Unless a time machine just dropped you in the 21st century, you already know that protecting your computer is essential. Now, here's Vista-new enough that no one is sure exactly what security threats might arise to hijack your system. That's why the road map that Dan DiNicolo provides in this book is so valuable. Follow these steps, abide by the Golden Rules of Windows security, and you'll sleep better. We promise.
See at a glance what's critical for security
Five Golden Rules of Windows security
About the Author
Dan DiNicolo is a freelance author, trainer, and consultant based in the snowy backwoods of Canada. He is the author of PC Magazine Windows XP Security Solutions and has written scores of magazine articles about securing Windows systems. In his spare time Dan enjoys dreaming of a world where computers are as easy to use as toaster ovens.