On 6/06/2016 12:07 PM, Trent W. Buck via luv-talk wrote:
FYI, IE7 only allows 9 dns_name attributes.
Not sure about newer versions.
Last tested 2011-04-28.
No-one in their right mind whom knows anything about security and
Winblows would ever use IE without extreme care and usually not for
anything else but to download a different browser; too many choose the
spy version in Chrome, not enough choose the privacy browser in Firefox
-- of course there are other options, but IE is NOT one that should be
used unless it is absolutely necessary and then it is painful for those
Every single month (almost if not), M$ has security updates for serious
critical vulnerabilities; they are usually vuln' that would work on
every current supported version of Windblows and versions that are no
longer supported (the bad guys work out what has changed and the older
versions are easily exploited).
IE, like many programs / systems, has it's own lifecycle for support
purposes -- most versions are history.
Oh and Edge was based on a point in time fork of the IE engine; so even
though it has improvements, it has also seen security updates since
release to patch critical vulnerabilities.
The safest way to use IE is not to do so at all; have you download of
Firefox available as an already downloaded installer for Winblows....
There are other reasons why SAN isn't applicable with older versions of
Winblows too. XP doesn't support it from what I understand, but you
aren't using XP are you? Surely.