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Getting on the right side of IE 7 security

"But protecting the naïve user from the malicious attacker can mean the blameless developer loses a feature they were relying on. Vista Beta 2 secures what's just been renamed Internet Explorer 7+ by running it in a new protected mode, which restricts the changes IE can make to the registry and the files it can update; but other security-related changes apply to IE 7 for Windows XP as well.

Take the phishing filter built into IE 7 to spot fake sites; this has already been triggered over 170,000 times during the beta, which is good news - if they're really fake banking sites or some such. But what do you do to make sure your site doesn't trip it accidentally? " - The Register

Article Link: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/06/06/getting_ie7_right/


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