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MS IE Security Settings all messed up

Posted on 2003-11-25
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I started playing around with my Internet Explorer Browser's security settings and now I'm having trouble.

I want to allow most web sites to run OK - but I want to BLOCK Gain and those other creeps from trying to install into my computer.

What security settings do you recommend?

Is there a good web site to explain the best settings that i can refer too?

I also have Norton's Internet Privacy Professional.  As well as Google and Alexa tool bars.

Thanks, April

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Working with Internet Explorer 6 Security Settings
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/using/howto/security/settings.asp
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Internet Explorer Security Settings
http://www.pensacolasgreatest.com/settings.html
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Just do the fowlling:
Tools -> Internet Options -> Security -> Custom Level, and then click on 'Reset to defult'.
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