How to Add Websites to the Super-Duper Safe Mode Exception List in Microsoft Edge


Recently, Microsoft introduced a new security feature for its Microsoft Edge browser called Super-Duper Secure Mode or SDSM. It essentially improves security by disabling the JIT compiler in the V8 JavaScript engine and applying additional security mitigation measures.

Now, the company has added another feature to Super-Duper Secure Mode that allows users to add exceptions so that certain selected websites can function without additional security measures.

Currently, the exception list for SDSM is only available in Canary Edge, version 97.0.1069.0 (or newer). Also note that SDSM remains hidden behind an experimental flag and disabled by default. In this step-by-step guide, we’ll show you how to add a website to the Super-Duper Safe Mode exceptions list.

How to Add Websites to the Super-Duper Safe Mode Exception List in Microsoft Edge

Step 1: Open the Microsoft Edge web browser on your computer.

2nd step: Now open the main menu by pressing Alt + F on your keyboard or click on the three dot icons in the upper right corner of the window.

Step 3: When the menu opens, click on “Settings”, then select the “Privacy, search and services” options.

Step 4: Scroll down and find the option “Enable security mitigations for a safer browsing experience” and turn it on.

Step 5: Now click on “Exceptions” and then on the “Add Website” button.

Step 6: Enter the domain name in the box that appears, then click the “Add” button to complete the process.

That’s it. You have now successfully added a website to the exception list for Super-Duper Safe Mode in Microsoft Edge web browser. To remove the website from the list, follow the same procedure as above and remove the domain name or website from the exceptions list.


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