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I admit, as a non-programmer, I have very little knowledge about the inner-workings of Windows. However, as an enthusiast, I thought I had a basic but firm understanding of what User Account Control is, how it works, and why it exists. That’s no longer true. After reading reading an article by Windows-god Mark Russinovich, “Inside Windows 7 User Account Control“, I’m bewildered by the changes to UAC in Windows 7.

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http://www.istartedsomething.com/20090611/uac-in-windows-7-still-broken-microsoft-wont-fix-code-injection-vulnerability/

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