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Are you using Microsoft's Anti-Phishing filter?
From: "Chilcott, Mike" <Michael.Chilcott () emoryhealthcare org>
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2007 08:13:44 -0400
There has been some debate on whether or not to turn on Microsoft's Anti-Phishing filter that is included in IE 7.
The largest complaint I hear is that it will slow things down. I know Microsoft has created a fix for it, and included
it in MS07-016 Security bulletin; so maybe it works now.
What I would like to know is:
1. Are you using IE 7 in your enterprise environment?
2. Do you have this feature turned on automatically?
3. Or leaving it up to the end user to configure?
If you do not have the Anti-Phishing filter turned on, can I ask you why?
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- Are you using Microsoft's Anti-Phishing filter? Chilcott, Mike (Oct 10)