Ever wonder how Windows servers get hacked? Perhaps you’re unsure of which approach you need to use the get the most out of your security testing at the server and desktop levels? Or you may be wondering what you need to do to lock down Windows-based Web servers? Maybe you’re curious about how Windows Server 2008 R2 stands up to security tests?
Well, I’ve got just what you need to know in the following tips I recently wrote for SearchWindowsServer.com and SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com:
How Windows Servers Get Hacked
Security testing: Finding the best method for your Windows servers
Tests for securing the internal Windows network
The right security tools for finding Windows desktop weaknesses
Web server security practices for Windows environments
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