Monthly Archives: October 2015

Protecting Windows Networks – UAC

In the good old days, users on Windows machines had admin access by default, so malware and hackers didn’t really have to work hard to get the system completely compromised – they really just needed to have a single vulnerability in any user or system application to get a fully privileged access to the system. […]

Protecting Windows Networks – Essential Logging

Default logging in Windows sucks, it doesn’t log much useful data and default storage quotas are ridiculously low. I mean 20Mb for a log? Really? When responding to incidents I often see that logging wasn’t configured properly in the environment making it harder to spot any malicious activity, as well as limiting forensics evidence. Correct […]