Security in IE7
The security history of Internet Explorer is not a happy one. Micro-soft's combination of na´vetÚ and sloppy programming has led to an infamous string of vulnerabilities and patches over many years. But with the upcoming Internet Explorer 7, Microsoft may finally be biting all the bullets necessary to do browser security right.
To use IE7, currently in a limited beta test only for MSDN subscribers, you'll need to be running Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or Windows Vista. The most important security precautions are supported only on Vista. Solutions from PC Magazine: Security in IE7
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