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Keep Internet Explorer Up-To-Date For More Secure Web Browsing
The latest version of Internet Explorer is faster, more secure, and has better web standards support than older versions. For Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users, upgrading to Internet Explorer 11 has significant benefits—and enabling automatic updating ensures that users will always be up-to-date...
Tue, Jun 10 2014
Internet Explorer 10 Provides Safer Browsing
Last month NSS Labs , an independent security research and testing organization, released its Browser Security Comparative Analysis that shows Internet Explorer 10 blocks more socially-engineered malware than any other browser on Windows with its SmartScreen and Application Reputation technologies. But...
Fri, Jun 21 2013
IE to Start Automatic Upgrades across Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7
Everyone benefits from an up-to-date browser. Today we are sharing our plan to automatically upgrade Windows customers to the latest version of Internet Explorer available for their PC. This is an important step in helping to move the Web forward. We will start in January for customers in Australia...
Thu, Dec 15 2011
Internet Explorer 9: Welcome to a more beautiful - and trusted - web
We are constantly working to help protect customers against online threats by providing a safer and more trusted browsing experience through Internet Explorer. Today, NSS Labs , an independent, information security research and testing organization, released a report that finds Internet Explorer offers...
Tue, Dec 14 2010
Five Tips to Help You Stay Safer on the Web This Holiday Season
Are you ready for the biggest shopping day of the year? Shops have started advertising their offers and the deals look as great as ever. It’s really easy to score one of the deals from the comfort of your home because 78% of retailers will have cyber-Monday offers as well. So if you are going to join...
Wed, Nov 23 2011
Are You One of the Millions at Risk from Socially Engineered Malware?
YourBrowserMatters.org launched today to help protect consumers from the dangers of using an out of date browser. Zero day attack: words that strike fear into the hearts of people around the world. Yet, for all of the sensational headlines associated with zero day vulnerabilities, they actually account...
Tue, Oct 11 2011
Internet Explorer 8 SmartScreen Filter Reaches Important Milestone
The SmartScreen team just informed me that we’ve reached an amazing milestone – Internet Explorer 8 has blocked 1 billion attempts to download malware! Socially engineering attacks like malware are a growing threat on the internet and are one of the most common risks to people’s...
Fri, Jul 23 2010
New Internet Explorer TV Ad Goes Live Today
As Brandon mentioned in last week’s post , we’ve started a TV campaign that recreates some notorious internet scams to show how easy it is to fall victim to online attacks. In the first ad we showed real customers giving personal information like their social security number, mother’s maiden name and...
Thu, Jun 17 2010
IE9 with SmartScreen Leads Malware Protection Once Again
While the web is a wonderful place, there are many dangers online that can put you and your computer at risk. Your browser is the first line of defense against attacks on the web, and it plays a critical role along with anti-virus and other security software to help keep you safe online. With Internet...
Mon, Aug 15 2011
Internet Explorer Wins OTA Award for Online Trust
Browser security is similar in some respects to the MPG of your car; everyone might say it’s very important but the real value often doesn’t hit home until gas prices jump or budgets are tight. Similarly, consumers often only realize the importance of having a trusted, secure browser after they...
Thu, Oct 7 2010
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