Keeping IE (Internet Explorer) Secure

This chapter provides tutorial examples on IE (Internet Explorer) security. Topics include updating IE version; reviewing and change settings for start options, history and passwords; security and privacy levels; disabling unwanted extension; disabling search engines and accelerators; reviewing tracking protection lists.

Keeping IE (Internet Explorer) Up To Date

Home Page and History Options for IE

Deleting History Files in IE

Setting Security Level to Medium-High in IE

Setting Privacy Level to Medium High in IE

Disabling Form Auto-Completion in IE

Disabling Extension Add-Ons in IE

Disabling Search Engines in IE

Disabling Accelerators in IE

Adding Tracking Protection List in IE

Building Tracking Protection List in IE

Conclusion:

Table of Contents

 About This Windows Security Book

 Windows 8: System Security Review

 Windows 8: System Security Protection

 Windows 8 System Recovery

 Windows 8 Defender for Real-Time Protection

 Windows 7: System Security Review

 Windows 7: System Security Protection

 Windows 7 System Recovery

 Windows 7 Forefront Client Security

 Norton Power Eraser - Anti-Virus Scan Tool

 McAfee Virus and Malware Protection Tools

 Spybot - Spyware Blocker, Detection and Removal

 Keeping Firefox Secure

Keeping IE (Internet Explorer) Secure

 Malware (Adware, Spyware, Trojan, Worm, and Virus)

 HijackThis - Browser Hijacker Diagnosis Tool

 IE Add-on Program Listing and Removal

 "Conduit Search" - Malware Detection and Removal

 "Tube Dimmer", "Scorpion Saver" or "Adpeak" Malware

 Malware Manual Removal Experience

 Vundo (VirtuMonde/VirtuMundo) - vtsts.dll Removal

 Trojan and Malware "Puper" Description and Removal

 VSToolbar (VSAdd-in.dll) - Description and Removal

 PWS (Password Stealer) Trojan Infection Removal

 MS08-001 Vulnerability on Windows Systems

 Antivirus System PRO

 References

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