Win XP/Vista/Win 7
One of the first post-install tweaks or 'new' system tweeks, with security in mind, is to change settings to show file extensions.
This is considered a "legacy" flaw that Microsoft has chosen to ignore for at least a decade.
Open a folder in Windows Explorer, select Folder Options from the Tools menu, and then choose the View tab.
Uncheck the box (see arrow)
Hidden File Extensions=Security Risk
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