Microsoft IE7 & AntiSpyware Updates

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  1. Capp

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    Indeed, there have been several interesting developments in the security field recently, including some notable announcements at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, on February 15. Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates announced that both the blocking capability and the scanning and removal capabilities of Windows AntiSpyware will be made available at no charge for Windows users. And, countering recent rumors to the contrary, Gates announced the forthcoming release of Internet Explorer 7, due in beta form this summer. The new browser will include technologies specifically focused on phishing, where people use URLs that appear to come from another location, and additional protections against malware threats.

    In keeping with this theme of better browser security, this issue contains a handy tip on how to maintain high security when Web browsing, without losing access to the advanced functionality of pages with active-scripting features. - TechNet
     
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    Sorry Bubba,
    I knew about the other threads, but I had a brain-fart :)
     
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    No problem....but I am the King of bf's :cool:

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