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Have you ever logged into a Windows server and seen that a dev has installed Chrome or Firefox to get rid of "funny Internet Explorer warning messages"?
Yes, well me too. But you can turn these warnings off in a few clicks.
Right click "My Computer"
In the resulting dialogue click Configure IE ESC (on the right side of the window in the "Security information" section
You'll get the following dialogue:
From here, it is simple to turn off the messages which are actually called "Internet Explorer enhanced secruity configuration" rather than "funny messages".
at work because your browser isn't up to date?Many large corporate organisations will do their security at a
gateway/proxy level rather than addressing browser security issues.
It is much more cost effective.Even if your stop IE6 campaign works
. Differences in IIS and different OS mean that sometimes unattended threads are terminated (probably as a security precaution).
You can now run Umbraco Bakcup within the context of an HTTP request if you are having problems with aborted threads.
Willison gave a
good presentation on security. He talked about XSS and SQL
Injection which we should all know about but also CSRF
Jacking. If you aren't familiar with the latter then you should
be. In summary, consider the following