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9-13-2007 @ 12:18PM
While perhaps beyond the scope of an article for WI, I've found DropMyRights to give an extra bit of reassurance when browsing the net. It takes some work to get setup but it's worth it -- your browser is no longer being run with your user rights (usually admin on xp) instead getting a reduced set that can't install software or write to system directories which will stop most of these bugs in their tracks.http://chris.pirillo.com/2006/09/13/hidden-microsoft-security-gem/ A link to an article regarding it, a better starting point than M$ rather sparse MSDN page on the application.
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