Click the Windows "Start" menu and type "inetcpl.cpl" (without the quotes). Windows will open the "Internet Options" window. This window lets you change settings that apply to Internet browsing and Internet Explorer.
Click "Security" and then "Custom Level" to display Internet Explorer's "Security Settings" window.
Scroll down and locate the "Scripting" section. This section contains multiple scripting options including "Active Scripting and "Allow Programmatic clipboard access."
Click the "Disable" radio button next to each scripting option.
Click "OK" and restart Internet Explorer.
Tips & Warnings
References & Resources
- Microsoft TechNet: Browser Security: Concepts and Terms
- United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team: Welcome to US-CERT
- Microsoft: Weirdness With the Web: 3 Stubborn Internet Problems You Can Fix