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Misc Security

There are 2 Active Directories in 2 separate domains. One domain is used for login and the other is used for mail exchange. Users follow password policies. Right now, password is the same on both domains.

Is there a possibility to sync the passwords across different domains?

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Now the world is facing the issue of computer and data security. In e-commerce and online business it is the biggest hurdle in the growth. I want to know about international organizations that have been formed to share the information and combat security threats. If know them, please inform me.

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Hi,

I use Windows XP SP2. Recently, I had formatted my PC with new Windows XP 2010 CD.

The problem is a message is appearing on my start bar. It says, "Your Computer is at Risk". What does it mean? Should I install the XP again? What should I do? Please help.

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I need help. The System Restore cannot restore. The updates are the same. Please help.

Windows XP 2000

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On my PC, I have installed Avast Antivirus and USB Disk Security.

icon in taskbar
 
Would it affect the PC’s operation having multiple anti-virus applications on it? Will there be no conflicts between the two applications?
 
Kindly expound on this matter. Thank you.
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Configuring the Group Policy of the local computer and configuring the Group Policy of Active Directory, will these make conflict when user logged in to their account?

I notice that even if the Active Directory Group Policy has been configured, you can still configure the Group Policy of the local computer and still has effect in the computer. So does this mean that Active Directory Group Policy can be bypassed by the Windows Operating System?

I am concerned with the security of my workstation.

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I have a problem in setting some security to my workstations.

I disabled the access rights of non-administrator account to any drive letters using the security option on the properties of each drive. But the problem when the user have already logged in to their account and the software that are already installed display error message “the ***.* file count not be access” when opening including printing function has error message too.
 
What other security configuration is suitable to attain all drives are not accessible to non-administrative account for writing but they should have access in opening to all software that are already installed?
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In the internet, I have many accounts like social networking, email, internet banking, etc. I’ve set different username and password for each account but I'm a forgetful person.

Is there any way to help me remember all of my username and password account?

I've tried writing them all in notepad, but I think it is not safe.

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I have a computer.

If anybody wants to touch my computer then the computer shocks them.

I do not know why.

I want to solve this problem.

Which method can I apply to solve this problem and how?

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Is Microsoft Security Essentials Antivirus really powerful?

I have been using it for some time but cannot notice any activity in it. Does it really detect viruses and protect my pc from Malwares, specifically spywares?

Please help! I am really worried!

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