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Sunday, November 6, 2011

How to Add a Website to Trusted Sites

It is important to protect your computer from unsafe content on malicious websites. In addition to using virus protection software, it may be helpful to set your browser security settings properly. Internet Explorer provides a number of preset security settings that allow you to set the protection level that you feel is appropriate. To avoid unnecessary security measures on websites that you know to be safe, you can identify certain ones as trusted sites.

Steps :
  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Go to the website that you want to add to your trusted sites.
  3. Double-click in the address bar to select the address of the website and copy it by selecting "Copy" from the right-click menu or by pressing "Ctrl" and "C."
  4. Select the "Security" tab under "Internet Options" in the "Tools" menu.
  5. Click the "Trusted Sites" icon and press the "Sites" button.
  6. Uncheck the box labeled, "Require server verification ([https:) https:)] for all sites in this zone."
  7. Paste the address of the website you want to add to the Trusted Sites zone in the box under "Add this website to the zone." To paste the website address, either right-click in the box and select "Paste" from the menu or press "Ctrl" and "V."
  8. Click the "Add" button to move the website address to the "websites" box.
  9. Close the window using the button and press "OK" to complete the process.

Set the Security Level for the Trusted Sites Zone

  1. Select "Internet Options" from the "Tools" menu and open the "Security" tab.
  2. Click on the "Trusted Sites" icon and look at the current security settings for your trusted sites. You'll find this under the "Security level for this zone" section.
  3. Assess the security level and make adjustments using the slider control.
    • As you move the slider, the selected security setting changes.
    • You can view the pertinent features for security settings by selecting the option you want to review.
    • In Internet Explorer, the preset security levels range from high to low. Different versions of the browser may use different labels for the security settings within this range.
    • You can customize the security settings if you prefer.
  4. Customize the security settings if you understand advanced security options.
  5. Undo any changes to the security settings that you do not want to keep.
    • You can use the "Cancel" button if you are still in the screen.
    • To undo custom settings, you can enter the "Trusted Sites" dialog box and click the "Custom level" button. Then, use the "Reset to" drop down list to modify the changes you made.
  6. Click "OK" in the "Internet Options" window to save your settings.
 Source : www.wikihow.com

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