Anyone interested in a preview? Here's a nice one that is pretty in depth:http://22.214.171.124/search?q=cache:0Y59R...&hl=en&ie=UTF-8
The IE Add-on Management tool seems to me to be the most needed it seems to me. If it works as described here it may put an end to browser hijackings.
New to IE in XP SP2 is an IE Add-on Management tool that helps you view and manage the list of plug-ins, toolbars, and other IE add-ons you may have installed on your system. The Add-on Management tool has two basic functions, from what I can tell. First, it allows you to arbitrarily deactivate or uninstall any plug-in that's been installed in Internet Explorer, whether you installed it manually or it was installed for you, surreptitiously or not, when you visited a Web site. Second, it prevents new plug-ins from being installed going forward, unless of course you want them there.
Don't know if it will stop stuff like CWS that exploits security holes. Anyone have any insights or comments about that?
Here is another preview that is a little more up to date (I think) but not as thorough:http://www.iamnotageek.com/articles.php?aid=11&page=1
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