"Internet Explorer has modified this page to help prevent coss-site scripting."

Internet explorer 9 includes cross-site scripting (XSS) filter which is enabled by default http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/internet-explorer/products/ie-9/features/cross-site-scripting-filter . In my case IE 9 was pushed via WSUS, and there were couple of older web applications still running, that IE9 was preventing from running properly thanks to the enabled XSS filter.
If you trust the application or it is running on intranet, and from some reason IE 9 is not applying local intranet zone settings, just add the link manually to the local intranet zone (local intranet zone has by default XSS filter disabled).


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