Secure Your Clients by Disabling SSL

At this point SSLv3 is somewhat old news, but there are still businesses that have SSLv3 (and worse, sometimes SSLv2) accepted on their client machines, this can lead to a multitude of security vulnerabilities that can be easily exploited (i.e. POODLE). The purpose of this post is to show you how to disable the insecure protocols on standalone workstations or via Group Policy if you are on a corporate network with a domain controller.

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Blocking Office 2010 Macros

One of the most effective ways to protect your company and its computers is to implement the blocking of macros in Microsoft Office documents (this includes: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher, Outlook, Access, and Visio). Blocking macros is a relatively straight-forward and simple process as it can be done via Group Policy, and that is what I will be covering in this post.

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