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Low rights IE 7 headed for Longhorn
Contributed by: SHA, at 6/13/2005 02:17:00 PM.

There has been a lot of chitchat coming out of the Lair of the Vole in Redmond, that the mighty Microsoft is set to release a low rights version of IE7.
The reason people are interested is that a low rights model will be extra secure, particularly as it will have a "least privilege" feature that allows users to run Windows and its applications without Administrator privileges.
At the moment hackers target Administrators, because if a worm or virus does penetrate defences, it can then give the attacker full access to the PC. A low rights version, which will run by default, will allow normal users to browse the web but forbid them to modify files.
A SpokesVole has confirmed that such a beast will exist, but it will not be available to normal mortals until Longhorn hits the shops.

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