At an event a few weeks back, Steve Lamb mentioned using the syskey utility to secure a Windows system. Even though it’s a standard Windows utility, I’d never heard of it before and Steve has now written about syskey on his blog, along with a follow up post on storing the keys on a USB token (think of it as a kind of ignition key for a Windows computer).
This post was originally published in 2005 and its contents may now be out-of-date.
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