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Security on a Pocket PC: Is Windows Mobile 2003 More Secure?
Posted on 23-Sep-2003 21:52 | Tags Filed under: News


Security on a Pocket PC: Is Windows Mobile 2003 More Secure?
Since we've been talking a lot about handheld security in the last few weeks, here is a good reading for Pocket PC users. Chris De Herrera published an article on his website, listing some features on Pocket PCs with the new Windows Mobile 2003.

The list includes:

  • Power On Password
  • Storing Passwords
  • Web Security
  • Are there Profiles?
  • Does Windows Mobile 2003 Support Policies?
  • Really Want to Be Secure?
  • Secure Computing Initiative?

    Found the link through an article on PocketPCThoughts.




  • More information: http://www.cewindows.net/commentary/wm2003sec...




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