I'm a little confused here, [Usually happens]. Clicked on your link to the register page then the "Test exploit link" from there.
New blank window opens with the button "Test exploit" I clicked on that and the message said.
www microsoft com should be in the address window. It was, so does this mean that my system passed the test OK, or is it referring to the dingbat address in the previous window and saying that I would be under the impression that was where I was going when I clicked the button? :o(
The point is that you are misled into thinking that you are at Microsoft's site, when you are not. Using this security flaw in Internet Explorer a spammer could make you do all sorts of things by making a website that looked like your bank's website for example, and showed the correct address, though it was the spammer's address.
Try it again , once the page is up , right click it and click on "Properties".
I did say this once before but the thread seems to have vanished !
Also put a link in for www .securiteam. com click here regarding "Chromeless Windows" , there is a link on that page for a test showing why ActiveX signing dialogs cannot be trusted , how a false box can cover another , not good .