One of the ways Microsoft plans to push Internet Explorer 6 and Internet
Explorer 7 users to upgrade to Internet Explorer 8 is convincing them the latest
version is much more secure, which it is. Dean Hachamovitch, general manager of
Internet Explorer, last week posted a story on the IEBlog about how IE8 managed
to block a malicious webpage he was linked to by one of his close friends on
Facebook. What we found more interesting though, was when Hachamovitch put this
feature a bit more into perspective: "IE8’s SmartScreen now blocks malware sites
over two million times a day."

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