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A security update is available that increases the enforcement of the cross-domain security model in Internet Explorer. This article is intended to notify developers of these changes and to provide information about possible workarounds that developers can use if their code is affected by these changes.
Security bulletin MS04-025 increases the enforcement of the cross-domain security model in Internet Explorer. For additional information about security bulletin MS04-025, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/MS04-025.mspxFor additional information about the cross-domain security model, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
Changes to Internet Explorer-based codeIf your Internet Explorer-based code is affected by these changes, we recommended that you examine the security implications of your product and explore the following changes to your Internet Explorer-based code.
DHTML script access is removed during navigationScript access to the Internet Explorer object model is removed immediately when the security context changes during navigation. This behavior prevents script in one security context from accessing the object model in another security context. To work around this new behavior, update your DHTML script so that it does not rely on access to objects after navigation.
For additional information, visit the following Microsoft Web sites:
Article ID: 875345 - Last Review: January 12, 2015 - Revision: 1.6