Monday, April 04, 2005

Securing Windows-based kiosks

For those of you who are not using Linux-based kiosk software for your interactive kiosk projects comes a nice article from KioskMarketplace

"But equally important is the application that kiosk is running, and how well it keeps users from accessing features of the machine that they are not supposed to. A nice, shiny new kiosk will quickly become an expensive headache if users can, for instance, access the Windows control panel, modify the registry or gain the ability to browse directories and delete files."

Read the entire article here.

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