Security warning redux
Back in January I wrote about the security dialog for downloaded content in Windows Vista. Today, Jouni Heikniemi explains the mechanism behind the warning. In my post I pondered thusly:
Obviously the information about the original location of the file is stored somewhere, otherwise the button couldn’t have appeared when I moved it there.
Well, perhaps it isn’t that obvious. Jouni gives an example of the metadata stored within:
So the metadata identifies the originating zone. I’m left wondering why I wasn’t able to grant full trust without moving the file back to the original location. Perhaps there is more than one stream?