How To Make Windows More Secure Against Buffer Overflows

Bit protectionI recently found a great tutorial on how to make Windows Vista and XP more secure. By default Windows Vista and Windows XP SP2 or above have measures to prevent buffer overflows and memory corruption. Data Execution Prevention (DEP) is one of these measures Microsoft implemented. The problem with DEP is that you need to configure it right. The video I found takes you through the process of configuring it right both for Windows Vista and XP.

Here is the tutorial. It is really worth taking a look at.

I hope you find it helpful

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One Response to “How To Make Windows More Secure Against Buffer Overflows”

  1. Rohan Says:

    I love it, keep up the good work!

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