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Even if you don't use Windows Vista, you should use Internet Explorer 7,
which includes the Microsoft Phishing Filter to help protect you from
Web fraud and the risks of personal data theft by warning or blocking
you from reported phishing Web sites. See How to get Phishing Filter for more details.With
Internet Explorer 7 you get another layer of protection when you visit
sites that use Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificates. The Internet
Explorer address bar turns green to alert you that there is more
information available about Web sites. The identity of the Web site
owner is also displayed on the address bar.
EV SSL certificate not only helps ensure that the communication with a
Web site is secure, but the certificate also includes information about
the owner of the Web site, which has been identified by the
Certification Authority (CA) issuing the SSL Certificate. For more
information, see Internet Explorer and Extended Validation SSL certificates.