I was thinking of customizing my IE internet security settings on my new PC and I have a few questions.
Is disabling Meta Refresh a good idea? I know it has something to do with updating pages or redirecting a user to a new URL from an old one. I've heard both good and bad things about it. Is it a security hole? Should I be worried about having it enabled? I've heard that it can be used to redirect a user to dangerous sites.
I have Protected Mode enabled, and McAfee Security Center running at all times. I would assume this means that IE would block any potentially dangerous site from loading.
Does disabling Meta Refresh affect performance in any way?
What is "Open files based on content not file extension"? Should I have this enabled or disabled?
Should I just stick with default settings (Medium-high) instead?