Unicode in URL changes for IE11

I wrote a bit about Internet Explorer’s International Settings back in July of 2012. Internet Explorer 10 and 11 quietly brought some changes: In IE10, the Use UTF-8 for mailto links option was removed. In IE11, the misleadingly-named Send UTF-8 URLs option is renamed to correctly reflect its function (Send URL path as UTF-8) and…

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Internet Explorer 11 and Perfect-Forward-Secrecy

In case you missed it, the recent Windows 8.1 Update update adds four new ciphersuites (including two supported by Chrome32) and changes the ciphersuite order to prefer algorithms that offer Perfect-Forward-Secrecy. You can read more about this update here. Wikipedia has a nice article on PFS, but the short summary is as follows: When your…

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Managed Code Browser Extensions

I love the .NET Framework. I’ve been programming in C# since 2001, I spent much of my free time for a decade building Fiddler on .NET, and I now code in C# for a living. .NET provides a fantastic, highly-productive platform suitable for building a huge range of tools and applications, and as it grows…

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Awesome IE11 News, in case you missed it

Big news from the //build conference this week: 1. The IE team has announced a feature-implementation tracking site, which you can find at http://status.modern.ie/. This site shows what IE supports (and when it supported it) and provides a look at what to expect in future versions of Internet Explorer. It also provides links to relevant…

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