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  • Blog Post: April TechNet Magazine is up!

    Internet Explorer: What’s New in Internet Explorer 8 Everyone expects something different from their browser. Some users are most concerned with security and privacy while others are more focused on customizability. Some want full standards compatibility, and others just desire ease of use. Explore the...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 8 on Acid

    I know, I know... Safari and Opera did it a while ago, but the IE team is making progress on web standards. Last week, we achieved an important milestone that should interest web developers. IE8 now renders the “ Acid2 Face ” correctly in IE8 standards mode. More from the IE team after the jump: http...
  • Blog Post: Phishing and Modern Browsers

    I got a rather official-looking phishing e-mail this evening, asking me to verify my Bank of America sitekey.  As I do not bank with BOA, this set off some alarm bells.  I always make sure to report phishing sites through the handy “Report unsafe website” feature of Internet Explorer 9 , so...
  • Blog Post: Should I go there?

    Below are screenshots from IE8, Safari, and Firefox 3 when visiting a phishing website that hit my email this morning. (Firefox didn't yet have the bad URL in their blacklist, so I waited until they did to take a screenshot). Does your web browser pass the "keep my grandma safe" test? Internet Explorer...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 8–Show Stop and Refresh Buttons Before Address Bar

    By default, Internet Explorer 8 has the Refresh and Stop buttons on the right side of the address bar.  I’m used to having them there. However, if you use alternative browsers, you may prefer to have those buttons on the OTHER side of your address bar It turns out that you can move them in IE. ...