[CS-FSLUG] How to secure a Windows machine

Tim Young Tim.Young at LightSys.org
Sun Sep 30 15:03:29 CDT 2007

Oh. And to answer your actual question. A website to look at would be:

You might be interested to see some of their other pages. The 
missiontech.info website is a community project for a lot of missionary 
computer folks, and came out of ICCM (ICCM.org, the International 
Conference on Computing and Missions)

- Tim Young

Yama Ploskonka wrote:
> I recently was talking with a laptop-carrying missionary that works in 
> a restricted country, and I was wondering how safe his stuff was if the 
> powers and principalities get ahold of his Windows machine.
> I know Linux by default encrypts your stuff, but I felt unable to point 
> this fellow to savyy procedures to ascertain if his stuff was safe, and 
> how to make it safer if not.
> Do you know of any such webpage, hopefully geared towards our mindset 
> and needs instead of that of assorted paranoids and wannabe hooligans?
> BTW, as we all know, the Church is probably trailing all other segments 
> of the population in adopting/creating open source, so convincing this 
> friend to go Linux is a waste of time at this moment.
> Yama
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