Application Reputation in IE9 - In Focus.

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    On the other hand, Google is also developing the same security concept for their Chrome browser using their in house Safe Browsing API technology. Currently, the only browser that uses "AR" technology ( natively ) is IE 9.
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    Definate step forward for IE not foolproof but enough to consider the download and to take actions, Thank you for the news Ceyfer and good new for chrome fans....
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    Thanks for the heads up Ceyfer. Its good to see IE has improved security for its users.
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    thanks for the info ceyfer..
    its nice to know Microsoft is thinking about their user safety..
    IE 9 seems attractive and now little more safe.. (y)(y)
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    IE9 was HUGE step forward from previous versions of IE :thumbs_up2:
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    Well, according to leaked infos, this will be added natively as a security feature for the up coming Windows 8.
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    Trust me when I say that there will be privacy talk and debates over this 'feature' if it ever comes up...
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    As usual...unless, people become mature enough to understand such concept. ;)
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    Thanks for the info Ceyfer. I prefer a layered approach to security, rather than depending on one application to protect my PC.