Introduction to Windows Integrity Control

by Tony Bradley
Sept. 15, 2017 1 comment Symantec

This article takes a look at the Windows Integrity Control (WIC) capabilities in Windows Vista by examining how it protects objects such as files and folders on Vista computers, the different levels of protection offered, and how administrators can control WIC using the ICACLS command-line tool. WIC is intended to protect a system from malware and user error by helping to establish different levels of trust on objects.

Steven Ulm 8 months ago

This is a wonderful guide to Windows Integrity Control. It is useful for security beginners who want to focus on WIC.