This blog is closed as of 2/2015. @EricLaw left Microsoft in 2012, but was named an IE MVP in '13 & an IE userAgent ( in '14.

June, 2012

  • IEInternals

    The Intranet Zone

    Internet Explorer maps web content into one of five security zones. After the Local Machine Zone, the Local Intranet Zone is probably the most misunderstood of the Zones, and is a common source of confusion and compatibility glitches. Mapping into...
  • IEInternals

    Enhanced Protected Mode and Local Files

    Ordinarily, Internet Explorer loads local HTML files in the Local Machine Zone. Locally-loaded HTML files are subject to the Local Machine Lockdown feature which prevents pages from running active content like JavaScript or ActiveX controls, showing the...
  • IEInternals

    Authenticode, HTTPS, and Weak RSA Keys

    Over on the Microsoft PKI blog , there’s some important information about upcoming changes for website operators who use HTTPS or deploy Authenticode-signed applications or ActiveX controls. Weak RSA Keys Blocked To briefly summarize the PKI...
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