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Windows 7: IE8 Blocks 2 Million Malicious Websites per Day

27 Nov 2009   #1

Windows 7 ultimate 32bit OEM 6.1 Build7600
IE8 Blocks 2 Million Malicious Websites per Day

IE8 Blocks 2 Million Malicious Websites per Day

With the SmartScreen feature

Microsoft’s latest iteration of Internet Explorer comes with enhanced security features compared to its predecessor, helping users stay secure while browsing. In both Windows Vista and Windows 7, Internet Explorer 8 is designed to run by default with low privileges, in the context in which User Account Control is enabled. In addition, IE8 features the SmartScreen, a feature designed to protect end users from phishing attacks. According to the Redmond company. IE8’s SmartScreen is currently blocking in excess of 2 million malicious websites per day.

IE8 Blocks 2 Million Malicious Websites per Day - With the SmartScreen feature - Softpedia

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27 Nov 2009   #2

Windows® 8 Pro (64-bit)

2 million websites per day?? They must be kidding.
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 IE8 Blocks 2 Million Malicious Websites per Day

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