Thursday, 30 April 2015

Microsoft Is Addressing Misleading Advertising

According to Microsoft, there is an increase in the number of misleading advertisements on the Internet, allowing users with malware or unwanted software come into contact. Reason for the software giant to tackle this kind of advertising. The deliberately misleading ads trick users usually have to do something whose consequences are not immediately obvious, such as visiting an infected website or downloading a program that has a "negative impact" on the Internet.

Therefore, Microsoft has a number of requirements established where ads from June 1, 2015 must meet. So ads can not be fooled, they should be distinguished from the website, they may not contain malicious code and may not lead to downloading files. In the event ads do not meet these requirements, Internet Explorer will soon give a warning and the website which can be seen blocking the ads.

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