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Internet Explorer 7's security tweaks

Posted on Friday, March 17 2006 @ 17:21:24 CET by


A new article appeared on IE Blog about the major architecture improvements to improve the security of IE7:
As we’ve described previously, we’ve made some major architectural improvements to improve browsing security in Internet Explorer 7, including Protected Mode, Phishing Filter, Enhanced Validation SSL, and other features in support of our overall security strategy.

Our commitment to security goes both broad and deep-- While the major new features described above have received a lot of press, I’d like to mention just a few of my favorites among the myriad tweaks we’ve made to existing IE features to improve security..
You can check it out over here.



 



 

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