Security review for Microsoft Edge version 123

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We are pleased to announce the security review for Microsoft Edge, version 123!


We have reviewed the new settings in Microsoft Edge version 123 and determined that there are no additional security settings that require enforcement. The Microsoft Edge version 117 security baseline continues to be our recommended configuration which can be downloaded from the Microsoft Security Compliance Toolkit.


Microsoft Edge version 123 introduced 11 new computer settings and 11 new user settings. We have included a spreadsheet listing the new settings in the release to make it easier for you to find them.


There is one setting we would like to mention. Administrators should consider Enabling "Check RSA key usage for server certificates issued by local trust anchors” on their beta/test/preview ring to discover whether they will encounter any breakage in the future when this change eventually becomes enabled-by-default.


As a friendly reminder, all available settings for Microsoft Edge are documented here, and all available settings for Microsoft Edge Update are documented here.


Please continue to give us feedback through the Security Baselines Discussion site or this post.

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