Microsoft has released a warning about a new security hole in all versions of Internet Explorer.
This flaw could allow an attacker to take complete control of your system.
At this time Homeland Security is recommending users stop using Internet Explorer until a patch has been released.
We suggest that user switch to either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.
Internet Explorer has a long history of security flaws which is why we feel its best to stop using the browser permanently if possible.
According to Reuters: News of the vulnerability surfaced over the weekend. Cybersecurity software maker FireEye Inc warned that a sophisticated group of hackers have been exploiting the bug in a campaign dubbed “Operation Clandestine Fox.”
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We are seeing an increase of systems infected with spyware and viruses this week. Several programs that you should update ASAP are Java and Adobe Flash Player.
It’s also important to run Windows updates to bring your system current with the latest security patches.
To add another level of protection and speed up web page loading times we recommend using Adblock Plus. http://adblockplus.org
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