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Subject: Re: FLASH: Windows Security
From: Chris
Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 02:59:26 +0100

How would I make sure other clients with high security see the site? Is that just not
possible? I'm not the one I'm worried about ... it's the viewer on the other end who
won't be able to see the site that I'm worried about ... what should I do? If I can
do anything at all. Maybe I didn't clearly understand your answer, but I need to know
what can be done for those (unknown) people that visit the site on high security. can
I autodetect and redirect or tell them to redirect on the page and just view the


Brian Tietz wrote:

> Hello,
> I've run into this problem myself. The exact message that will appear when
> runing Internet Explorer
> is this:
> An ActiveX control on this page is not safe.
> Your current security settings prohibit running unsafe controls on this
> page. As a result, this page may not display as intended.
> Now what I would do is change my security setting under Windows when using
> The Internet Explorer for Internet usage to Medium (more secure). This will
> show all Flash related media corectly with no enteruptions but will still
> provide the security that your big corporations are looking for. I mean when
> ever something that could be quoted as "potentialy damaging
> to your computer" comes around a warning message will appear (Although when
> viewing flash related material no warning will show!).
> Other than that you can go in and make up your own security settings, but
> this would have to be done on every client
> machine that will be viewing flash!

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