Internet Explorer 8


SmartScreen Filter

Internet Explorer 8 helps protect you against inadvertent installation of malware, or malicious software which can compromise your data, privacy, and identity while also damaging your computer and valuable data, with the new SmartScreen Filter.

Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Filter

Internet Explorer 8 introduces the capability to detect malicious code running on compromised websites, helping to protect you from exploits which can lead to information disclosure, cookie stealing, account/identity theft, and more. These attacks have emerged as a leading online threat so we've included the new Cross Site Scripting Filter to help you stay safer online.
Domain Highlighting

Domain Highlighting lets you more easily interpret web addresses (URLs) to help you avoid deceptive and phishing sites that attempt to trick you with misleading addresses. It does this by highlighting the domain name in the address bar in black, with the remainder of the URL string in gray, making for easier identification of the sites true identity.

Data Execution Detection (DEP)

Data Execution Prevention (DEP), on by default in Internet Explorer 8 in Windows Vista Service Pack 1, is a security feature that can help prevent damage to your computer from viruses and other security threats by preventing certain types of code from writing to executable memory space.


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