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Nouveau guide : Internet Explorer 7 Desktop Security Guide

Nouveau guide : Internet Explorer 7 Desktop Security Guide

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Un nouveau guide de configuration des options de sécurité disponibles avec Internet Explorer 7 est disponible : Guidance for Enhancing Internet Explorer Security for Desktop Users

“This white paper examines new features and settings that you can modify to provide a more "locked down" security configuration for Internet Explorer 7.

This white paper examines some of these new features and settings that you can modify to provide a more "locked down" security configuration. This paper does not provide a complete review of all settings, nor is the guidance in it specifically equivalent to the Enhanced Server Configuration for Windows Server® 2003. The settings and features this paper discusses offer additional security guidance for the broadest impact on most users and administrators.

This paper discusses both the Windows Vista® and Windows® XP versions of Internet Explorer. Administrators and system owners can use the guidance in this paper to tighten security settings in the browser to meet their specific needs. The document is structured to provide a description and review of the settings and features the paper discusses. Microsoft recommendations for enhancing the default security settings in some common deployment scenarios are also provided."

Table des matières :

Executive Summary
Introduction: Increasing Browser Security
Managing Internet Explorer 7
Security Zones
New Security Features in Internet Explorer 7
Recommendations for Increased Security
  Zone security recommendations
  Active Content Security Recommendations
  Reducing Application Privilege Recommendations
  Privacy Settings Recommendations
  Other Security Settings Recommendations

Téléchargement:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=6AA4C1DA-6021-468E-A8CF-AF4AFE4C84B2&displaylang=en

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