New internet vulnerabilities - MS IE unsafe
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Evert DELOOF-SYS  Identity Verified
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Jun 18, 2004

Just read the following press release from Ubizen
http://www.ubizen.com/c_about_us/2_public_relations/2004/040611_e.html


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Henk Peelen  Identity Verified
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Security settings in IE as high as possible, but how? Jun 18, 2004


Evert DELOOF-SYS wrote:

Just read the following press release from Ubizen
http://www.ubizen.com/c_about_us/2_public_relations/2004/040611_e.html[/quote]

I did


ubizen wrote

...

If businesses choose to continue using Microsoft's IE Web browser, they need to adjust the security settings to disable 'Active scripting'
Set the security settings on IE Explorer as 'High' for all zones and don't follow links from untrustworthy sources, ensure URLs are manually entered in the address bar
.html


I like to continue with MIE.
What to do exactly?
I choosed (not fully sure about the names)
Tools
Internet options
Tab 'Security'
Button 'Adapted level'
and changed some sub items of the first two items
.NET Framework ... (2 sub items)
&
ActiveX control ... (5 sub items)


Is that what has to be done?

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Evert DELOOF-SYS  Identity Verified
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Yes, I think so... Jun 18, 2004

Henk Peelen wrote:

Tools
Internet options
Tab \'Security\'
Button \'Adapted level\'
and changed some sub items of the first two items
.NET Framework ... (2 sub items)
&
ActiveX control ... (5 sub items)


Is that what has to be done?


I would say so. Did exactly the same thing. Let's hope this is sufficient and that all necessary patches will be develop(p)ed asap.


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