Security Zones
Internet Explorer was the dominant web browser for years. While other browsers have mostly replaced IE, some users may remember the security zones feature. IE users could add safe domains to the trusted sites security zone, or whitelist. Users could also add domains to the restricted zone, or blacklist.

The security zones approach provided significantly increased security to web browsing. But modern browsers have all but abandoned security zones. Despite other security improvements in newer browsers, without the whitelist zone, browsing is much less secure.

TRUSTED Power Search provides an approach similar to the trusted sites zone, and applies it to online search. By restricting search results to the trusted sites whitelist, online security is greatly enhanced.