[Dshield] An unfixed highly critical vulnerabilitydiscovered in Microsoft Internet Explorer

Guy Barnum GuyBarnum at Armscole.com
Wed Apr 21 14:56:34 GMT 2004

I also have a question on this thread for anyone who has switched their
network over to opera.  

All of the machines on our network currently run the MS ISA firewall
client to gain 
access to the internet through our server.  How would you setup opera to
this client to gain internet access without throwing out what ever
little bit
 of security it provides?

I wrote the opera people and told them I would like to switch my entire
over to their product but want to talk to a technical support person
first about 
the ramifications and issues, they have remained completely silent.  

If this speaks to their support in general I would suggest thinking long
carefully about using their product.


-----Original Message-----
From: warpmedia [mailto:warpmedia at comcast.net]
Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 2004 5:57 AM
To: General DShield Discussion List
Subject: RE: [Dshield] An unfixed highly critical
vulnerabilitydiscovered in Microsoft Internet Explorer

I realize this is an old thread, but I have a question concerning
to another browser:

Can/do other browsers make use of the IE security zone model or do they 
just have global on/off settings for options like Java? This is what I 
found when loading Opera or Mozilla a few moths back and quickly 
uninstalled them.

At least with IE I have some degree of control over how much
a site has. In fact, I've edited my setup so that restricted zone is the

default zone instead of Internet zone. I like the idea of no support
I chose to elevate a site.

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