Microsoft outlines Explorer 7 security changes

Friday, 28 October 2005, 3:06 AM EST

Microsoft has revealed some of the security changes to the upcoming Internet Explorer 7 and Windows Vista - changes that could cause trouble for some Web sites. One key change is that Explorer will disable SSLv2, an older version of the SSL protocol.

By Matthew Broersma at InfoWorld.

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