Internet Explorer – Security Warning Error

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I create one static page in FrontPage. In this page I add some flash components.

After creating this page I try to view it in internet explorer but I receive error.

Help me.

Error Detail

Internet Explorer – Security Warning

Windows has blocked this software because it can’t verify the publisher.


Publisher: Unknown Publisher



Best Answer by James Underscore
Answered By 0 points N/A #120946

Internet Explorer – Security Warning Error


There are several solutions to this problem:

Distributing a signed CAB file.
Distribute the SoftArtisans signed cab. Note: This notice cab files and downloads imminent and other limits to prevent malicious XFile used when distributed in the SoftArtisans signed.
Distribute your own CAB file and provide their own digital signature. The additional benefit of this approach is that you can use the DLL does not alert and avoid unnecessary pop-ups during the loading and unloading.
For more information about how to sign the CAB file themselves and to better understand the differences between the warning and no warning DLL, see the documentation XFile in "Installation" XFile right of signature.
Change the security settings.
Since obtaining a safety certificate for digital signatures usually require a short waiting period with the certificate provider, you may prefer to continue with the development of tests of the cab without signing the browser's security settings reduced.
This can be done by adding the URL of the Web application to the "Trusted Sites" content area (Tools. .. Internet Options … Security tab). Then change the security level for this zone to be able to directly accept unsigned ActiveX controls or is asked to do so.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #120948

Internet Explorer – Security Warning Error


Hi there,

This is caused by Internet Explorer not letting you install unverified software.

I have steps to resolved this issue.

* Open your web browser, Internet Explorer
* Click on Tools, then Internet Options
* Go to Security tab – Custom Level
* Look for ActiveX and set the following to enabled

– This has to be Enabled
Script Active X mark as safe for scripting – Also has to be enabled
Run ActiveX and plug-ins – This has to be Enabled

* Prompt has to be selected on the following
Initialize and script ActiveX controls not mark as safe – Should be Prompt
Download unsigned ActiveX Control – should also set as prompt

* Once set, then click OK and close the browser

The steps below also are solution to this error

* Go to Tools, Internet Options, Security tab
* Select a zone to view or change security settings, choose Trusted sites.
* Set to low on Security level for this zone slider
* Click on Apply. click on the Sites button.
* Manually type the website in the box and add this in the zone.
* Click OK and try reloading the page

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