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Windows Vista includes a vast array of low-level security features. One of the most dramatic is service hardening. Because of the modular architecture of Windows Vista, the system has been created in such a way that the components that make up the system are as isolated from and independent of each other as possible. Furthermore, Microsoft has gone over each of these components to ensure that they are running under the lowest possible security privileges. This protection extends to the system services Read more