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  1. Support TLS_FALLBACK_SCSV for preventing protocol downgrade attacks

    As described in this article:
    http://www.exploresecurity.com/poodle-and-the-tls_fallback_scsv-remedy/
    TLS_FALLBACK_SCSV is an effective remedy for protocol downgrade attacks on TLS. Without it possible MITM can force the server to use weaker protocol version instead of the best supported protocol signaled by the client.

    Chrome and Firefox support it on client-side, except Edge and IE, and lot of top web sites support it on server-side as well.

    74 votes
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  2. support XML transformation with XSLT from file:// url

    With IE6/7/8/9/10/11 it is possible to transform XML with XSLT by double-clicking on the XML file, i.e. from file:// url.

    If you try the same with Microsoft Edge (RMB click, open with Microsoft Edge), it wont' work. But if the same XML/XSLT files are served from some http:// url, it will work in Edge too.

    This demonstrates that the XSLT rendering is working fine.

    It would seem that Edge enforces the same-origin limitation as Google Chrome/Chromium, see Chromium issue https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=47416 "Allow a directory tree to be treated as a single origin (loosen file: URL restrictions)". But this is only a…

    37 votes
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  3. Don't open the same websites when I used Task Manager to end Microsoft Edge Process

    In previous version of Internet Explorer, if I enter any websites that bombarding me with popups or trying to trick users to click on confirm buttons before allowing to leave the site. I would just simply end the process in task manager and reopen explorer. However, this does not seem to work with Edge, once I end the process in task manager and start Edge again, it remembers the sites that I was on, and the popup continues! Please fix this by either prompt me the options if I want to restore the sites I was viewing or just open…

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  4. 18 votes
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  5. Chipcard support

    Almost all german banks support the authentication via chipcards. To do this, access to the PC/SC Interface would be needed to sign the orders. All these banks accept orders via TCP/IP with port 3000. We use a plugin to do this, but we can't do it on edge.

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