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  • BitLocker(ed)

    Are You using some methods of securing data on Yours laptop hard drive? EFS anyone? I'm curious how many of readers are using TrueCrypt? Until today I've used TrueCrypt as  a solution for secure file storing on my laptop machine. TrueCrypt is really cool tool. It gives You good usability, strong encryption and ability to easily transfer ...
    Posted to Tomek's DS World (Weblog) by tomek on February 20, 2007
  • Schema extensions for Vista new features

    Vista introduces several new functionality and few of then (to be specific two) requires our AD environment to get prepared through schema extension. These schema extension needed to run new Vista's features will be part of LH schema, but LH is still somewhere behind the horizon and we have to take care about it by ourselves. Two new ...
    Posted to Tomek's DS World (Weblog) by tomek on December 4, 2006
  • Identity Metasystem whitepaper

    I'm just catching up with my RSS feeds after few days being off-line (failed power supply may be very troublesome) and I found interesting link at Kim's Cameron blog. Kim is presenting Microsoft Whitepaper titled The Identity Metasystem: Towards a Privacy-Compliant Solution to the Challenges of Digital Identity which is about Identity Metasystem, ...
    Posted to Tomek's DS World (Weblog) by tomek on October 27, 2006
  • Dual booting Vista and Linux on BitLocker and TPM protected drive

    If You are interested in an answer to question ''How to dual boot Linux and Vista on BitLocker protected drive?'' You will find it on Cyril Voisin blog. Cyril is Security Advisor working in Microsoft France, and in his latest post he described how to configure dual booting for Vista and Linux on BitLocker drive with TPM support. By the way ...
    Posted to Tomek's DS World (Weblog) by tomek on October 17, 2006
  • Vista will open more access for security providers ...

    I just found at joe's  site link to Washington Post's article which is informing about decission which was made at Microsoft to open access to system "guts" for security software providers. If it is true, and I don't have any reasons not to belive WP it will mean that security software providers like Symantec and McAfee ...
    Posted to Tomek's DS World (Weblog) by tomek on October 14, 2006
  • Windows Defender and Your Run key - what do You need to know?

      Recently one of my friends who is running small (but very good - <ad word>If You need serious security guys, just call them</ad word>) security company sent me a link to some document. This document described simple experiment with security features made on Windows Vista (Beta2). What its author did was creating simple program ...
    Posted to Tomek's DS World (Weblog) by tomek on October 5, 2006
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