Microsoft Edge will soon protect users from never-before-seen security bugs

Microsoft Edge has added new security functionality to its upcoming beta version, promising security against unknown zero-day vulnerabilities that malicious actors could be exploiting to distribute malware, ransomware, or other nasties.

According to the browser patch release notes, admins will be able to apply the following Group Policies to end-user desktops in Windows, macOS, as well as Linux: EnhanceSecurityMode, EnhanceSecurityModeBypassListDomains, and EnhanceSecurityModeEnforceListDomains.


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