Haha I stopped using IE a LONG!! time ago. it sucked already back then :P
[Edited by Liara, 7/29/2012 11:38:32 PM]
I recommend getting the NotScripts add-on. Nothing comes up unless you allow it. Like NoScript for FF. The only ads I get are very rare, and only if it's scripted to come up in a new window, or sometimes a tab.
[Edited by Unbreakable, 7/30/2012 3:05:05 AM]
There was something similar last year as soon on this forum
Man do their staff help or what lol, great customer service.
and from 2009
And from this year, back in Feb
Nasty little git, thats been changed over the years :P
[Edited by DABhand, 8/2/2012 8:01:54 AM]
Personally, while I appreiciate the warning, I'll continue to us IE9 since I've never had any issues with it (Firefox always gives me issues though, which is why I chucked it overboard, and Chrome I refuse to use)
Edit: Ok, it didn't includ the quote? O.o
[Edited by Kaliyanita, 8/3/2012 11:59:41 AM]
One person who was infected that I knew of is a holder of an IT Degree, and he knows how to keep his system safe, he does network security for a living.
It was an exploit in IE9 that has been targeted so doesn't matter if you had set it to its highest security setting, it would have still got through.
So I will answer you the same tone you set in your first sentence.
Those of you who think they KNOW HOW to use the browser at its most restrictive, means diddly squat :P