, magicalclick wrote

Can I tryt the link as well. I am kind of interested to see what will happen on my computer.

search google on "lady slipper" That is the name of the flower. Then in "images for lady slipper" I clicked on the first few images. That got the virus on my pc.  I am running win7 ultimate. IE9. firewall was on. microsoft security essentials was running.

What I don't understand is why IE allows addins or plugins complete access to the PC. Can't there be some kind of tiered level of access that the user can grant the plugin to have?  Even for desktop apps you load on your PC. Make it so the app cannot update the registry, cannot write to a folder outside of the one it is installed in, can't do anything the brings up a UAC prompt, ...