Updating to ie 7

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Security enhancements include a phishing filter, stronger encryption on Windows Vista (256-bit from 128-bit in XP), and a "Delete browsing history" button to easily clear private data.

IE7 was superseded by Internet Explorer 8 in March 2009.The new version has better support for IPv6, and handles hexadecimal literals in the IPv6 address.It also includes better support for Gzip and deflate compression, so that communication with a web server can be compressed and thus will require less data to be transferred.On October 5, 2007, Microsoft removed the 'genuine software' validation before install, which means that all versions of Windows, whether able to pass validation or not, are able to install the browser. On Windows Vista, Internet Explorer operates in a special "Protected Mode", that runs the browser in a security sandbox that has no WRITE access to the rest of the operating system or file system.When running in Protected Mode, IE7 is a low integrity process; it cannot gain write access to files and registry keys outside of the low-integrity portions of a user's profile.

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