Task 7.2: Using Internet Explorer Security Zones

Internet Explorer uses a simple concept to provide you with security when surfing the Internet: security zones. Security zones allow users to set levels of security based on the trust level of the site. With a fully trusted site, you will probably want to let all types of web content execute. With untrusted sites, you may want to block active content or prompt the user before the content is allowed to execute.


Your manager has been reading up on the various ways that computers can become infected with malicious code. His main concern is the web access that most of the company’s end users have. He has asked you to come up with a simple way to control active web content and block this activity ...

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