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Enumeration (ABU) along with EFS ABU should be enabled in any case, even if you do not use EFS Encrypting a file is a simple process: 1 Open Windows Explorer 2 Right-click the folder you want to encrypt, and select Properties 3 Click the Advanced button on the General tab 4 Click Encrypt Contents To Secure Data, and click OK 5 Click OK to close the Properties dialog box 6 EFS will ask you to confirm the setting you wish to apply Select Apply Changes To These Folders, Subfolders, And Files, and click OK 7 If folder tasks have not been turned on, EFS will ask you to turn them on Click Yes Folder tasks are part of the new Windows Themes interface Encrypted files will now appear in green in Windows Explorer Using EFS is as simple as that, but there are guidelines: You should encrypt folders rather than individual files You should ensure that offline files are encrypted The entire Documents folder should be encrypted Both %TEMP% and %TMP% should be encrypted to make sure that all temporary files are encrypted as well Use a script based on the CIPHER command during system setup to set these folders as encrypted You should encrypt the spool folder on print servers You should combine EFS with IPSec or SSTP to ensure end-to-end data encryption You should use Group Policy to control the behavior of EFS in your network Protect the recovery agent, and limit the number of recovery agents in your network Use a WS08 public key infrastructure (using ADCS) to manage EFS certificates and recovery agents EFS uses public and private keys (certificates) to manage the encryption and recovery process The best way to manage these certificates is to use Windows PKI features In addition, to ensure the safety of encrypted files, you should remove recovery agent certificates to a diskette to ensure a two-factor process when recovering files More on the Windows PKI features is provided in the following sections
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Print system security is also important As seen previously, if files are encrypted on user systems, they should also be encrypted in printer spooling shares Security for the print system has already been covered in 8, but it is important to recall here that giving users management permissions to printer spoolers means that you trust them with sometimes confidential data Use the data categorization that you performed while working with Layer 1 of the Castle Defense System to determine which printer spoolers must be protected and encrypted
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The NET Framework is another aspect of operating system hardening First, it is included as a core element of the WS08 operating system, since version 2 of the Framework is installed by default in full installations and version 3 is available as a feature Second, it provides core functionalities for Web services As such, it provides the engine for both operation and execution of Web services It is this engine s responsibility to determine if the code it is about to run can be trusted The Common Language Runtime (CLR) applies security in two different manners; the first is for managed code and the second is for unmanaged code Managed code security is at the heart of the CLR Two aspects of the code are evaluated by the CLR before allowing it to run: the safety of the code and the behavior of the code For example, if the code uses a method that expects a four-byte value, the CLR will reject an attempt to return an eight-byte value In other words, the CLR ensures that managed code is safe and well behaved The advantage of using this approach to security is that users need not worry if code is safe before they run it If it is, the CLR will execute it If it isn t, it simply won t run But this applies only to managed code Unmanaged code is allowed to run as well, but it does not benefit from these security measures To run unmanaged code, the CLR must use a specific set of permissions permissions that can be controlled but that must be declared globally
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