IE Security talk at Hack in the Box

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IE Security talk at Hack in the Box

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As some of you have noted in the comments, I will be doing a keynote presentation at the Hack in the Box conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on September 28. The title of my presentation is “Internet Explorer Security Past, Present, and Future”. I’ll be talking about the kinds of threats we’ve seen, how we started to address them in Windows XP SP2, and our plans to go even further in protecting users in IE 7. I will also be demonstrating IE 7 on Windows Vista including features not available in beta 1, such as Protected Mode (the feature formerly known as Low Rights IE). I hope my talk will be useful and interesting for the attendees. If you have specific things you’d like me to address on IE security (so, not “when are you going to have full CSS 2.1 support?”), I’m happy to take suggestions.

I’m looking forward to the conference and visiting Kuala Lumpur for the first time; I’d also love any recommendations on things to do or see in KL (especially food related activities!).

See you at HITB!

Thanks,
 Tony Chor

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