Robert Hensing, part of Microsoft's Secure Windows Initiative, presented at Northwestern's IT Security Day
Robert : I have a biometric security system for my computer at home, so all I have to do to login is put my finger on the pad, and it automatically logs me in. Either of these two log me into my account waves index fingers , these are for the administrator account holds up pinkies , and this is for my wife flips off the audience.
Discussing running software as a regular user
Robert : Can anyone think of insecure apps they'd never want to run as an administrator?
Audience : "Outlook!" "Internet Explorer!"
Robert : Coughs Yeah.
Mentioning the new IE7 release in passing
Robert : There's just software I don't trust, and I never will. Internet Explorer 7 may be great and all, but...yeah. Shrugs shoulders