Microsoft recently released its newest Web browser,
Internet Explorer 7. Of course, as is the case with many software releases, this does not mean that IE users across the globe have implemented this new browser. For those of you yet to migrate to IE7 (or to those who migrated with mixed results), this advice from our site experts
Jonathan Hassell and
Kevin Beaver may help you learn how to survive with IE6 in an IE7 world.
Windows hardening expert Jonathan Hassell explains how to run a secure IE6 after downgrading from IE7 and describes the security risks in IE 6. Meanwhile, Windows security threats expert Kevin Beaver explains how you can fortify your IE6 defenses.
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Run a secure IE6 after downgrading from IE7
Jonathan Hassell explains how you can keep IE secure.
Security risks in IE 6
Learn more about the possible IE6 security risks.
Adjusting security settings in Internet Explorer 6.0
Security expert Kevin Beaver answers this question and gives some advice about the security template.
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