9 of 10Image
Once you decide to submit the previous Web form, you must offer proof that your not some automated machine submitting the information. These are designed to prove that a human is interacting with the Web site since the validation code is not in machine readable form.
The process ends with a Thank You from Microsoft.
One problem with the way IE7 presents the warning is that the warning text disappears if the IE7 window is re-sized to be smaller. In this screenshot, the Web address is still tinted in pastel yellow, but the warning is gone. Since it's a security issue and security is more important to the task at hand, perhaps the Google search box should have been bumped out of the display before the warning message. As a reminder, this is a beta version of IE7, so any and all features we report on here on ZDNet can change by the time the product ships