Make windows 10 more secure then ever Before

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  1. Posts : 145
    Windows 10 home 64x
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       #21

    Hi Every one Been Bussy a Little Bit

    I have read all the good and the Stupid comments

    I dont want to know why the stupid comments are there

    But I just thought I share a site that I have found and used its info

    this looks like a flaming contest here and the admin should Look at it //////
    Here is a tip for all if u dont Like it ////// leave it alone

    thank you
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  2. Posts : 22,741
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #22

    Ethelwulf said:
    Hi Every one Been Bussy a Little Bit

    I have read all the good and the Stupid comments

    I dont want to know why the stupid comments are there

    But I just thought I share a site that I have found and used its info

    this looks like a flaming contest here and the admin should Look at it //////
    Here is a tip for all if u dont Like it ////// leave it alone

    thank you
    I didn't see any stupid question. Your answer on the other hand is questionable.

    What I would like to see is some instruction on how not to mess up a PC when using the tool you linked to in the OP. That's hardly a stupid question.. ??

    Let's say a new user who has minimal knowledge tries it and messes up their PC.. will you help fix the issues or is it all on them??
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  3. Posts : 3,365
    W10 Pro x64/W7 Ultimate x64 dual boot main - W10 Pro Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64 - remote pc
       #23

    Cliff S said:
    Ok I read all that BS, and I have a much easier way to lock Windows down, pull the hard drive out, and run a live Ubuntu disk. Basta!
    Might be a good idea to invest in now that MS has added Bash support in! The Secure Boot is now seeing a good second hand look for sure! Something about hidden back doors that is. Here's a teaser from one security blog seen at: Major Flaw Found In Windows’ Secure Boot - VIPRE Security News

    Two anonymous researchers, who identified themselves as “my123” and “Slipstream”, recently exposed a serious design flaw in Windows’ Secure Boot that allows people to open locked devices with a golden key. The researchers claim their published findings prove encryption backdoors can be exploited, and that the golden key demands by governments and investigators endangers the security of all users.
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