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Serious flaw in Internet Explorer not fixed yet

Wednesday, December 17, 2008


Users of Microsoft's Internet Explorer(IE) might be vulnerable to having their computers hijacked because of a security hole in the browser. The flaw lets criminals commandeer victims' machines by tricking them into visiting Web sites tainted with malicious programming code, according to antivirus maker Trend Micro Inc. Many security experts are urging IE users to use another browser until Microsoft release a patch to fix the flaw.

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Fhaye said...

Hi!
Since then, I've been using Mozilla Firefox as my browser because of its more capabilities than Internet Explorer.

December 18, 2008 at 5:33 PM