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How come it always seems to be IE that has these serious security flaws? I mean, it's not the first time something like this has been reported, is it?

because microsoft leave great big gaping holes in their programmes secuirty that any half able hacker can exploit. its lazy programming and the deserve all the attakcs they get. just look how big their operating software is now, its ridiculous .

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Microsoft's advice:

Change IE security settings to high (Look under Tools/Internet Options)

Switch to a Windows user account with limited rights to change a PC's settings

With IE7 or 8 on Vista turn on Protected Mode

Ensure your PC is updated

Keep anti-virus and anti-spyware software up to date

OR! Just download Chrome/Firefox/Opera.

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