Written by Scott FairTuesday, 29 April 2014 12:11
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An internet security company called FireEye recently found a problem with the security in Internet Explorer. The problem exists in all versions from IE 6 through IE 11.
If you happen to land on an affected or hacked website, the vulnerability will allow hacker complete control of your computer.
Microsoft is working on the issue, but they do not have a patch available at the time I write this.
It is recommended that you use Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Safari for all web browsing activities.
We will post an update when we are advised that Microsoft has generated a patch.
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