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Enable (default) allows webpages to use script with certain ActiveX controls; choose Prompt to approve each control as it s used, or Disable to block all scripting of ActiveX controls .
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Your security settings do not allow websites to use ActiveX controls installed on your computer. This page may not display correctly. Click here for options . Internet Explorer has blocked this site from using an ActiveX control in an unsafe manner. As a result this page may not display correctly.
To work around either of these errors, you need to change the appropriate security setting for the Internet zone or add the site you re visiting to the Trusted Sites zone. For more information, see Using and Customizing Internet Security Zones, 6.
Using Scripts Wisely
Scripts are small snippets of code, written in a scripting language such as JavaScript or VBScript, that run on the client computer (that is, your computer, not the web provider s) to enhance the functionality of a webpage. (A scripting language is a simple programming language designed to perform limited tasks.) These should be distinguished from Active Server Pages (webpages with the extension .asp or .aspx), which employ a server-side scripting technology and don t, by themselves, represent a security hazard. Scripts are generally harmless and are widely used in modern web design. However, a would-be attacker can construct a hostile script to take advantage of security holes on a computer running Windows Vista; if the attacker can convince you to click on a link to a webpage that contains the hostile script, it can wreak havoc on an unpatched computer. Security experts sometimes advise users to disable active scripting as a security measure. If you decide to take this extreme step, be prepared for some of your favorite websites to stop working properly. (For instance, you can t search for articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base when scripting is disabled.) To work around this limitation, you ll have to add sites manually, one at a time to the Trusted Sites zone. With those caveats having been said, if you re still determined to disable scripting, follow these steps: 1. Choose Internet Options from the Tools menu. 2. On the Security tab, click the Internet icon and then click Custom Level.
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3. In the Settings list, locate Active Scripting (under the Scripting heading) and click Disable. 4. Click OK to save your settings, and then click OK to close the Internet Options dialog box. If this option is too extreme but you re still concerned about security risks from scripts, consider choosing Prompt instead of Disable in the Settings list. For sites in the Internet zone that use scripting, you ll be presented with several prompts such as this:
Installing, Removing, and Troubleshooting Add-ons
Internet Explorer is extraordinarily customizable. Developers and their add-ons can extend its capabilities in highly visible ways, by adding new toolbars, Explorer bars, menus, and buttons. A programmer can also hook into the browser s core features to extend its search capabilities, manage the process of filling in forms, and save bookmarks these are just a few of the tricks that popular add-ons can perform. These add-ons most commonly take the form of browser extensions, browser helper objects (BHOs), toolbars, Java applets, and ActiveX controls. Unfortunately, add-ons have a dark side as well. A poorly written add-on can interfere with the smooth operation of Internet Explorer, resulting in mysterious crashes and other glitches; a malicious add-on can cause unnecessary pop-up windows, slow system performance, and reveal details about you and your browsing habits to an untrusted third party. Windows Vista offers a Manage Add-Ons dialog box that shows you all currently installed add-ons and allows you to disable those that are suspicious or that you have determined are the cause of problems. To open this dialog box, choose Manage Add-Ons from the Tools menu and select Enable or Disable Add-ons. Figure 27-7 shows this dialog box on a computer with a relatively small number of installed add-ons.
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