Windows Help says this about logging in as an administrator (including the Administrator account):
Running Windows 2000 or Windows XP as an administrator makes the system vulnerable to Trojan horses and other security risks. The simple act of visiting an Internet site can be extremely damaging to the system. An unfamiliar Internet site may have Trojan horse code that can be downloaded to the system and executed. If you are logged on with administrator privileges, a Trojan horse could do things like reformat your hard drive, delete all your files, create a new user account with administrative access, and so on.
Does this still apply when one has ZoneAlarm 6.1?
Does logging in as an administrator still pose a security risk like this?
Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Pro