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Part 2: Keeping Your System Secure
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Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, Second Edition When you encounter a page that is attempting to run prohibited content, such as a script from the local zone, you ll see this error message in the Information Bar: This page has been restricted from running active content that might be able to access your computer. If you trust this page, click here to allow it to access your computer. If you do trust the page, click the Information Bar and use the shortcut menu to remove the lockdown restrictions.
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Adding Sites to a Zone
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To change the zone in which a site resides, or to reconfigure the security settings associated with a zone, you use the Security tab of the Internet Options dialog box (choose Tools, Internet Options, and then click the Security tab), which is shown in Figure 9-7. As the figure shows, Internet Explorer uses a different icon to depict each zone.
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Figure 9-7. You can use this dialog box to add sites to particular zones or modify the security settings associated with a zone.
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Whenever you visit a site, the icon and name of the site s zone appear at the right side of the status bar, like this.
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To add a site to your Trusted Sites or Restricted Sites zone, follow these steps:
1 On the Security tab of the Internet Options dialog box (shown in Figure 9-7), select Trusted Sites or Restricted Sites. 2 Click Sites. You ll see the following dialog box (or one similar if you selected Restricted Sites).
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3 Type the URL for the site (or copy and paste from the Address bar) and then click Add.
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When you re adding sites to the Trusted Sites zone, the default settings require that Internet Explorer verify that the site s server is secure (in other words, that it begins with https:) before establishing a connection. To add a non-SSL site to the list, clear the check box at the bottom of the Trusted Sites dialog box. (After adding the site, you can select the check box again.) When you add a domain (such as http://www.edbott.com) to either of these zones, all URLs located within that domain are assigned to the zone you selected. Note
Note that the URLs http://edbott.com and http://www.edbott.com are not considered to be the same domain; if you want to add all possible pages for a domain to a security zone, you must consider all possibilities. To add all possible pages on a particular domain, enter only the domain name (edbott.com) and leave off the prefix.
By default, Internet Explorer populates the Local Intranet zone with the following:
All intranet sites that you haven t moved into either the Trusted Sites zone or the
Restricted Sites zone
All sites that bypass your proxy server, if one exists on your network All network servers accessed via UNC paths (\\server_name)
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Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, Second Edition To remove one or more of those categories (so that the affected category joins the Internet zone), select Local Intranet in the Internet Options dialog box and then click Sites. You ll see the following dialog box. Clear the appropriate check boxes.
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If you want to add a site to the Local Intranet zone, click the Advanced button. Then type the site s URL and click Add.
Changing a Zone s Security Settings
Any site placed in a security zone receives the same privileges and restrictions as all other sites in that zone. You can change the overall security settings associated with the zone, however, and thereby change the security settings for all of its member sites. To change the security settings associated with a zone, follow these steps:
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1 Choose Tools, Internet Options, and then click the Security tab (shown earlier in Figure 9-7). 2 Click the icon for the zone you want to adjust. 3 In the Security Level For This Zone section of the dialog box, click the Default Level button to reveal a slider control (if the slider isn t already visible). 4 Move the slider up to apply more stringent security measures, or down to be more lenient. As you move the slider from level to level, the description to the right of the slider summarizes the current level s settings.
To fine-tune the settings for a zone, or to read all of the particulars about the current level of settings, click Custom Level. In the Security Settings dialog box that appears, shown in Figure 9-8, you can use the option buttons to adjust individual settings. If you ve customized a security zone and you re unhappy with the settings, click the Reset button in the Security Settings dialog box to restore the default security level.
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