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8.5.6 Internet Explorer Security Facts A is an application for retrieving and displaying information on the Internet. Web browsers present the possibility of security breaches into an organization's network. There are general actions and browser-specific actions you can take to help harden your network against attacks from the Internet. When using a browser, look for the following that might indicate an unsecured connection or an attack: The loading of a Web document with a URL containing a new or different domain name than the site you intended to visit. A menu bar that includes new commands or is missing common commands. The status line of the browser displaying an unlocked symbol when SSL should be in use. Regardless of the browser you are using, clear your private data regularly. The following browser settings and guidelines can be used to enhance the privacy and security of a system for browsing the web. These may be named and implemented differently in different browsers, but the general ideas are the same.

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