[Dshield] Filtering ActiveX

Sean Waddell swaddell at espgroup.net
Wed Sep 17 17:01:53 GMT 2003


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Can you explain what you mean by disabling ActiveX?  I have it turned of
in my IE settings and my system works just fine.


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Sean Waddell
Operations Manager
The ESP Group LLC



Josh Tolley wrote:
| Shaun Gray wrote (excerpt):
|
|> is there any good to having activex enabled on a business network.
|>
| Remember if you disable activex, it will in turn disable Flash,
| in-browser PDF viewing w/ Adobe Acrobat, Windows Update... Disabling
| activex totally (not just in the browser, but system-wide) would hose
| your system, but I don't think you can do that. Anyway, keep in mind
| that lots of stuff depends on ActiveX... not just the latest skiddie
| virii...
|
| Josh Tolley
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