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- vincent price
July 5, 2006, 1:51 pm
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From their website:
| Compatible with Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP
That's where I stopped reading. This software is superfluos on Windows XP.
OK, I read further:
| Provides password protection for complete security
Beside that, they don't tell a word about the general problem of trusted
executables being scriptable (oh, that VBScript on the website deletes
files?), enforcement points (what does it do if some MS Office Macro
invokes LoadLibraryEx()?) or malicious intent (yes, explorer.exe allows
an interactive user to delete files).
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