Today Microsoft made its Internet Explorer Release Candidate 1 available. As with previous versions of the browser, the Web site describes it as "easier and more secure." High Assurance SSL helps Microsoft with both of those missions, of course. More secure because High Assurance SSL gives users the tools to have greater confidence in a site's authentic identity and to more effectively choose which sites they trust and which they do not. Easier because previously enigmatic and inscrutible certificate information is now presented in easy, intelligible, sensible interfaces.